Mumbaikars who save the city’s stray animals

Updated: Apr 06, 2013 17:04 IST

Peep into Wardha Bhide's car and you’ll find it filled with animal-rescue paraphernalia – food, first aid kit, tarpaulin sheets, gloves, dog collars etc. “It stinks in there,” she admits. “But I didn’t get a car for its beauty. I got it to make rescuing easier.” She explains that despite there being a few animal ambulances in the city, “like any Hindi movie, they amble their way in. If we were to leave it to that, the animal would definitely die.” (Photo: Satish Bate)
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Peep into Wardha Bhide's car and you’ll find it filled with animal-rescue paraphernalia – food, first aid kit, tarpaulin sheets, gloves, dog collars etc. “It stinks in there,” she admits. “But I didn’t get a car for its beauty. I got it to make rescuing easier.” She explains that despite there being a few animal ambulances in the city, “like any Hindi movie, they amble their way in. If we were to leave it to that, the animal would definitely die.” (Photo: Satish Bate)

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