WE HAVE RESCUED

* 66 camels from Malda West Bengal
* 60 camels from Jodhpur
* 35 camels from West Bengal
* 100 camels from Gurgaon
* 13 camels from Kotputli in Rajasthan
* 12 camels from Sindhari, Barmer
* 16 camels from Sedva, Barmer
* 34 camels from Islampur West Bangal.
* 87 Camels Rescued by PFA Hyderabad, July, 27 2016
* 63 camels Rescued by PFA Hyderabad, 2015
* 13 camels of rescue Barmer
* 73 Camels of Bihar.

Total Rescue Camels. 572,
Under transporting death- 28 camels,
Saved Camels 544

OUR ACHIEVEMENTS

PFA, Sirohi for rendering service to injured and ill birds and animals has been honored by district administration and many social organizations at district and State level for their commendable work of social responsibility. In 2005, former Prime Minister, I.K.Gujral, on behalf of Venu-Menon national institution and Wild life Trust of India, bestowed National Level Honor to PFA, in New Delhi, for their service toward birds and Animals. PFA received State Level Award on Veterinary Day on Jodhpur and was also honored five times by district Collector, Sirohi on Independence and Republic Day facilitation. In Rajasthan PFA is on First position in holding Animal Health Camps and on Second position for controlling and curtailing cruelties towards animals. He has been awarded not only by the blessings and love from these fellow earthlings, but also by many prestigious organizations be it from the Prime Minister of India, or International circle or the small Institutions from the country. In 2005, he was awarded by WTI, the famous NGO which works for conservation of Wildlife. On international level for the conservation of Nature and Animals. Mr Deol was awarded by the hand of the then former Prime Minister Mr. Inder Kumar Gujral. He is being awarded at the state and district levels by Rajasthan Government more than a dozen times. 

Be it the India's Largest Camel Rescue Canter at Sirohi or Arranging the water tub at drought effected jungles of Rajasthan with Forest Department, he always comes with the unique ideas to serve the animal kingdom and their needs in the Best Possible Way! Deol, working with many NGOs by forming a networking of services for better results, always known for his pleasant and gentle behavior. Very recently he has been awarded by the “Philip- Wollen Animal Welfare Award 2016, by SND Public School of Haryana. Instead of utilizing the prize money (which was more than a lakh), for his personal interest, he at once, decided to donate the entire amount to his NGO, which is his brainchild, PFA SIROHI. This noble personality is always thinking about development of scopes and facilities of more Animal Welfare and More Happiness for our Fellow Earthlings. PFA, Sirohi for rendering service to injured and ill birds and animals has been honored by district administration and many social organizations at district and State level for their commendable work of social responsibility. In 2005, former Prime Minister, I.K.Gujral, on behalf of Venu-Menon national institution and Wild life Trust of India, bestowed National Level Honor to PFA, in New Delhi, for their service toward birds and Animals. PFA received State Level Award on Veterinary Day on Jodhpur and was also honored five times by district Collector, Sirohi on Independence and Republic Day facilitation. In Rajasthan, PFA is on First position in holding Animal Health Camps and on Second position for controlling and curtailing cruelties towards animals. 

PFA SECURED SECOND POSITION AT STATE LEVEL FOR HOLDING ANIMAL HEALTH CAMP. 
PFA, Sirohi, with the aid of local donors, has conducted 195 free animal health camps and treated approximately 3, 84,812 animals. Through these camps about 12,980 animal herders were benefited.PFA secured Second position at State level for holding Animal Health Camp. As a result of these benign services, Government of Rajasthan bestowed honour on PFA once at State level and by district administration, five times at district level on Independence and Republic Day. 

PFA SAVED ANIMALS FROM CRUELTY AND BEING SENT TO BUTCHER HOUSES. 
The Institute’s workers bravely saved 1677 cows from being taken to slaughter houses and filed 32 F.I.R in nearby police station. PFA organized a campaign for the stoppage of animal stunts performed in Five Star Hotels. As a result of their efforts Taj Group stopped animal stunts being performed in all their hotels from 18 th October 2000.