We look forward to spending time celebrating Diwali with our loved ones but for stray animals, especially dogs, the environment gets scary and full of sufferings.
Spread the change you wish to see by taking part in the 'Dog March', where the dogs are walking alongside Humans of Mumbai.
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We look forward to Diwali every year but for animals on the street and pets at home, there is a dark side to the illumination of the festival that only they see. From extreme stress and anxiety, to severe injuries, they see it all. This #Diwali the dogs of Mumbai are marching along with the Humans of Mumbai! Join them to show Mumbai how we can all enjoy Diwali together and peacefully. Oct 25th- Marine Drive 5:00 to 6:00 pm Oct 26th- Carter Road -7:30 to 8:30 am. (P.S. Even if you do not have a doggo and still want to be a part of this do join us! We need all the help we can get! Register here: https://forms.gle/2vx5kaBtuWpBekzw5 #diwali2019 #worldforall #nopatakas
If not, just come say hi to the pooches marching on Marine Drive on October 25 and Carter Road on October 26.
You can be their aid even if you don't have a dog. The humanitarian deed requires a good heart and a voice to represent these lovely dogs.