PUREST HEART CHARITY
How it All Started
It all started online! I was looking into adopting a stray dog from India and started the process of negotiating how it would be possible to bring the dog to Britain. After contacting a few charity organisations I realised it would be difficult with the long winded Indian process! So I decided the best course of action would be by fund raising and awareness. There are millions of adorable strays around the world who are completely abandoned and ignored, and often abused or killed. I hope Purest Heart can make a difference to millions of voiceless and homeless animals around the world.
Purest Heart is a stray animal rescue, an awareness charity which aims to create an awareness to the animals suffering and bring love and respect to our animals. After all it’s their planet too!!
Future Vision: Awareness to their suffering and to minimise abuse to animals. Inspire people to think about the way we treat our fury friends and to think about their actions.
Adopt: Change the minds of people to Adopt instead of Shop! Think about the abuse and suffering of dogs being bred on puppy farms and home breeding.
Donations: We are collecting dog beds, Blankets , Towels, Led Dog Collars, Food, Anything else you can spare new or old.
Where your donations will go to:
How you can help
Even the smallest amounts of money can help a rescue animal. We ask that if you would like to adopt an animal through us that you make a donation to help us with the rescue process and to help us support other charities such as Many Tears Rescue UK and Healing Saathi, as well as many more.
This year we’ve helped Mugdha Khatri, to open Healing Saathi, a Rescue Facility and Sanctuary for Disabled Animals in Dehradun, India. Mugdha has helped to rescue and accommodate over 200 stray and injured animals, and is helping to spread awareness about animal laws and helping people understand how to treat animals kindly.
George is a dog who was sadly surrendered by his owners and became disabled after being bitten by other dogs. He was rescued by Mugdha who took him in to her Sanctuary. With the help of Mugdha and other animal lovers, we were able to buy George a wheelchair so now he can enjoy a better life. These donations have helped to buy wheelchairs for many other dogs like George to help them walk and giving them a different life.