Niladri Bose is famous for his success as a radio jockey, newspaper columnist and voiceover artist, but there’s also a lesser-known side to him — one that believes in being compassionate to animal... »
If you’re thinking about adopting a companion animal, there are many reasons to go for it. For one, pets could improve your health especially if you have a stress-prone lifestyle or career. Pettin... »
The head tilt — from puppies to old dogs, all pooches feel the need to tilt their heads when they need to concentrate. So whether it’s a strange noise from the basement or a multiple choice questi... »
In the few years that I have been an animal welfare volunteer, I have observed nearly 400 dogs being abandoned by their owners. The reasons vary: the dog’s illness, old age, blindness or the owner... »
Going by the number of hit-and-run accidents involving animals that we see every day, it might appear that most vehicle drivers do not consider the lives of animals precious. On our roads, we regu...
There is a particular pleasure to watching a movie made by a trained journalist: you know the crediting will be impeccable, you know Billy Wilder and Balachander are getting saluted in the first f...
Mamma Miaow is a feisty feline — she's the queen cat of her household and demands love and attention from her humans by pulling gently at the edge of their clothing. Her story is miraculous for man...
Cuddling a couple of mongrel puppies, Trisha Krishnan urges fans and animal lovers to participate in the Chennai Adoption Drive. V. Ganesan of The Hindu brings back a pertinent message. To adopt a puppy from Chennai Adoption Drive, call 8939311148
Amala Akkineni, Trisha Krishnan and Anuja Iyer lent starshine to rescued animals at the Blue Cross Velachery shelter. Catch the full report by Sriya Narayanan in the City pages of The Hindu on June 18. Photos: Lata Ganapathy