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Welcome to HIS-India

Help In Suffering is a registered Indian charitable trust working for the benefit of the animals of India. Help in Suffering was founded in l980, on two acres of land in south Jaipur and has grown into a large animal welfare organisation with a number of projects based in the compound. A new specialised Camel Rescue Centre has been built at Bassi, a village on the Agra road, to serve draught camels.

Jaipur is the state capital of Rajasthan, and the Help in Suffering shelter-hospital there employs about thirty-five staff and has three rescue ambulances and two mobile clinic vehicles. Six separate animal welfare projects are conducted, each headed by a vet.

Inside the peaceful, garden-like grounds of our compound, Help in Suffering provides refuge for many animals, works as a veterinary hospital treating all species, and aims to re-home as many unowned animals as possible.

We welcome visitors to our hospitals. If you are in Jaipur please visit to see our work.

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Lucky Gupta Kennel Inauguration

Group photo of the entire staff of HIS with Mr and Mrs Gupta.

The new kennels for rescued dogs under treatment at Help in Suffering were inaugurated recently by our long-standing and generous supporters Manoj Gupta and his wife Vivien. The new Lucky Gupta Kennels, in memory of Manoj and Vivien's much loved pet, Lucky, who died aged 20, can house 19 dogs in airy spacious accommodation and have an enclosed run area to allow our patients exercise and sunshine while they recover. We are very grateful to Manoj and Vivien for their generous donation and for taking time out from their short holiday in India especially to visit Jaipur and visit the HIS hospital to inaugurate the kennels and host a party for all our staff.

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John Neskudla

Dear supporters, well wishers and donors,


Hi I am John Neskudla, I am a veterinary student from Australia. I have just spent 1 month learning and volunteering at Help In Suffering! I have had a fantastic experience with the team at HIS through December and this holiday season! The hospital and rescue teams have been very busy with many animals needing assistance.

I have had an unparalleled opportunity to learn about a variety of animal diseases, injuries and welfare related issues. The staff at HIS are very passionate about the work they do and the animals are in very good hands.

I assisted with my 50th surgery this Christmas eve as a part of the important breeding control program and rabies vaccination program. what an experience for a student!

I am leaving Jaipur soon, but will never forget my time with the Help In Suffering team. I will miss them all (dogs and monkeys included), and I hope to come back one day soon!

Thank you all for your support of this important and busy charity!

Merry Christmas & a Happy New year to all of you

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Two veterinary students @Abigail Love and @Chloe Graham from the Royal Veterinary College in London who are to visit Help in Suffering next year have thrown themselves into fundraising for Help in Suffering. By cycling from London to Brighton on pedal cycles earlier this month they have already raised over £700 (70,000 Rs). This will go a long way to help suffering animals in Jaipur, for instance it costs about £6 (600 Rs) to spay and vaccinate a street dog in our ABC, or £100 (10,000 Rs) per month to employ a compounder to care for sick and injured animals. We thank Abigail and Chloe for their splendid effort. If you would like to support their effort at helping animals in Jaipur please see https://www.justgiving.com/Chloe-Graham2 or give on line at our web site www.his-india.in


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