54 Nehru Nagar Agra - 282002  : Phone (+91) 562 255093, 2520140
Website - www.pfa-agra.org : Email - suratprasad@gmail.com

SHIVA - The orphaned baby monkey




On 4th of April 2014, some people brought a baby monkey from Shivaji Nagar, Shahganj, Agra, India. The baby monkey was 1 day old and was without mother. The person told us that they had seen a monkey on the road side with baby attached to his mother. When they came closer they saw that the mother of the baby was dead and the baby was attached to motherís womb by placental cord. The person called the nearby vet who cut the naval cord and separated the baby from the mother. They then brought the baby monkey to our hospital. We took the delicate baby monkey and admitted him in our shelter.


We kept him in a cage as he was so small and little to be kept with other monkeys of our shelter. We provided powdered milk to the baby with proper time schedule. The baby was given toys and beddings in his cage so that he can play with them. The baby was named SHIVA. All the people of our shelter fell in love twith the baby. We take extreme care of Shiva. He slowly adapted to his surrounding environment and for him, currently, the cage is his entire world. We are trying our utmost to provide the best to this little one so that he can get the same care and love as he would have got from his mother.


Once he is old enough, we will release him in our monkey ward with other monkeys so that he can learn from them and be part of a group.


We thank our donors for helping us save yet another life. This is how each donated rupee helps us reach out to the voiceless who need our help. THANK YOU!!!

 ABC Operations  :  13
 Animals treated  :  866
 Monkeys   :  06   
 Cats         :   06
 Donkeys   :   04
 Cows        :   35
 Horses      :   NIL 
 Dogs        :   69
 Birds        :   01
 Medicine : INR 4,414/-
 Food        : INR 83,366/-
 Salary      : INR 89,326/-

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A/c Name       :  People for Animals Agra
A/c No.           :  628701016971
Branch Name :  Sanjay Place
IFSC Code      :  ICIC0006287
P.S. A humble request to all our well wishers who donate to PFA AGRA. Once you initiate a wire transfer to either FCRA account or ICICI account, please inform us at suratprasad@gmail.com so that we can track the transfer and send a donation recipt for transfers more than INR 100. PFA Agra thanks all our donors for their kind donation to help our four-legged friends.
A page from the life of PFA Agra
  • A BIG thanks to Mr. Saros Cowasjee and his sister for their generous donation.
  • A very active PFA member Mrs. Vineeta Sabharwal lost her dog Casper in a tragic accident and when the family went to register an FIR with the police, they were literally kicked out by the police saying that this is election time ,when people are dying they are worried about the death of a dog. It is for precisely this reason that it is essential to gather like minded people to force the DM / Commissioner to create a special branch of police station dealing with animal related crimes. We are gathering signatures for this purpose. We ask all animal lovers out there to please sign to demand justice for Casper. Please click here

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  • Sending us a list of people who are willing to donate INR 150 - 600 (~2.5-10 euros) per month. Even if we have 400 people willing to donate INR 1800 per year (~30 euros per year) at the rate of INR 150 per month (~2.50 euros per month), majority of our expenditure in the shelter will be met.