Saharanpur: At a time when people are forced to stay indoors, owing to the Covid-19 threat, there is a young boy, Kushagra Neb from Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh, taking care of hungry stray dogs in his locality, and setting an example that not all superheroes come wearing capes. Nowadays though “staying home and staying safe” is the mantra for lifestyle, this animal lover is actually saving animals with the help of his family.
Kushagra’s Instagram handle, we__care_foundation is full of photographs that show his love for the pawed animals.
He loves to spend time with these loyal creatures and even arranged for food for the hungry strays. Currently, a higher secondary student, Kushagra realizes that keeping the stray dogs well-fed controls a number of issues arising out of their presence. He believes that while we may continue to curse the situation surrounding us but doing something for the less fortunate among us is what the need of the hour is.
Kushagra and his Foundation look after hundreds of strays in and around gurudwara road, Subhash Nagar and Patel Nagar areas of Saharanpur. Doing this entails taking care of the regular diet and medication of more than 200 dogs. We care Foundation doesn’t receive any kind of funds from anywhere and they use their own pocket-money to sustain this mission.
In this philanthropic mission, Kushagra Neb has taken care of the diet and medication of a number of stray dogs and he plans to continue this noble gesture because there are many more such poor animals who are in dire need of love and care from the humans.
Instagram – @kushagra_neb