Karuna Society for Animals and Nature has been established in Puttaparthi, Andhra Pradesh, South India since 2000. It is a registered non-profit organization working for animal welfare and the environment by providing free medical care and shelter for sick, injured, abandoned and abused animals, while sustaining all food production with organic farming and alternative fuels.
A foundation set up in her memory, The Ruth Cowell Foundation, resolved to establish an animal care centre in Delhi that would serve as a prototype for other centres around India . The proposed hospital cum shelter was envisaged as a 24×7 facility that would rescue, home , treat and rehabilitate sick and needy animals, serve as a training centre for vets and animal handlers across the country, run an OPD for owned animals, offer diagnostic services, provide burial facilities, and serve as a holding centre for animal victims of cruelty cases.,
Our experienced doctors and para-veterinary staff are genuine animal lovers, who know how to handle different animals that step into our clinic every day.We believe that a caring atmosphere is as much a part of animal care as the veterinary practice. We strongly believe that scientific advancement in veterinary medicine is required to be put into clinical use, for the benefit of animals, and not merely be a topic for academic research.