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Passive Adoptions

 

Passive Adoptions

If you are an animal lover, would love to own a pet but can't due to some constraint, you can be a foster parent to a shelter animal. All it requires from you is a monthly contribution per animal and a little bit of time. Once you have passively "adopted" the animal, you can spend time, whenever you are free with him/her. You will be kept updated on all his/her activities and health status.
All these lovely angels are permanent residents of CUPA, and we sincerely request you for sponsorship and assistance for their food and medical expenses.  You can sponsor Rs. 500/- per month per animal for a month or for 3 months or 6 months or for a year. .............And   visit your adoptee at the CUPA Shelter, whenever you wish to.
You can select the below mentioned profiles and send the info to cupablr@gmail.com in the following format.

Name –
Address –
Mobile number –
E-mail ID –
Name of the Pet –
Number of months you want to sponsor
Cheque number
Bank Name

You can send the Cheques to
Dr. Shiela Rao
257, 1st Cross, HAL II Stage
Indira Nagar
Bangalore 560038

We will send the Receipts’ back to the address you have specified in the mail.



Profiles

Name: Arjun

Gender: Male

Victim of a ghastly road accident, Arjun is a beautiful 3-legged animal whose favorite activity is to curl up under the chassis of the parked ambulance. We have a hunch how he may have ended with only 3 legs......!
Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Under the Ambulance


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 Name: Troy

Gender: Female

Courage, grit and energy sum up the spirit of Troy. She can be often spotted speeding around the shelter in her fitted trolley but her speed and carelessness as a driver, often breaks the contraption! Though she suffers greatly due to a broken spine and restriction of movement, she is very affectionate and responds at a personal level.

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Trustee Room



 Name: Karuna

Gender: Male

Karuna, again, chose to adopt us than the other way around! Day after day of sitting at the shelter gates finally paid off after the staff reluctantly brought him in to be admitted as a shelter inmate. Now he demands to be taken care of!

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Reception

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 Name: Hero

Gender: Male

Brought to the shelter with his damaged body in shreds, Hero was a victim of great cruelty, being dragged while tied to a Maruti van by his owner. His recovery was a miracle. He was named Hero after a fight that he won to survive.  Gentle and affectionate, he is a great dog.
Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor


 Name: Clex

Gender: Male

Famous as being one of the most photogenic of the permanent residents’ team, Clex is a charmer and can get his way with anyone with a soft heart.
Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor


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Name: Sonu

Gender: Female

A little sturdy of bundle of mischief, Sonu, a stray street puppy, followed one of the attenders into the shelter and never looked back. She is a volatile, energy packed, waiting to be adopted candidate!
Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor



 Name: Meera

Gender: Female

Gentle, shy Meera was one dog that was rescued from the dog catching vans. A Mudhol hound, she was not used to the streets, till her guardians decided to get rid of her! Today she enjoys a home at the CUPA shelter.
Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor


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 Name: Button

Gender: Male

Button is a good natured sweetheart, who will share his love with anyone who can offer him biscuits....

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Reception



Name: Chinto

Gender : Female

Senior citizen, Chintu, was one of the earliest inmates at the shelter. To date, she is still looking for the ideal home that will give her a chance....! She has a hind leg handicap and the pace of movement at the shelter premises always leaves her feeling jaded! A tiny dog with a big heart, that would  accept love and attention.
Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Reception


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Name: Blacky

Gender: Male

Picked up from the streets, Blacky was a rescue case that may have been beaten to death by drunken guardians. She is self assured and independent and never forgets people who have interacted with her.
Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor


Name: Sooty

Gender: Female

An ageing, affectionate animal, she wishes to be left in peace within her known environment. Abandoned by guardians, she still is always looking for her lost home.
Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor


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Name: Raju

Gender: Male

After following the animal birth control vans diligently through the streets, Raju kept returning! He had enough of the uncertainties of street life! CUPA Shelter had no choice but to afford him the hospitality that he deserved....

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Accounts Room


Name: Charlie

Gender: Male

Top-dog, spoilt, 3-legged and alpha male, Charlie came as a crushed infant, after a street accident. He understands humans better than humans themselves!

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor


 

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Name: Jacky

Gender: Male

Loyal, sensitive and understanding, Jacky would make a great companion for anyone who would be willing to invest time with him.

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Medicine Room



 Name: Rocky

Gender: Male

Rocky, with steadfast heart for love and loyalty would make a great week end partner. A delightful dog to spend some time with, he came in from a crippling road accident.
Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Reception


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Name: Liya

Gender: Female

Liya can be your bridge to loving animals....a sensitive, caring animal she responds to all who have the time for her.

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Puppy Room


Name: Kutty

Gender: Female

Rescued from an army area, where Kutty watched her companions being gunned down, she is a shy, scared animal. However, her ability to form relationships has not been impaired... she is an adoptee for parents seeking a challenge.

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Reception

 

 
Name: Sprite

Gender: Male

A delightful, tiny creature, which would be able to afford hours of pleasure in a relaxed interaction. Even with hind legs damaged, her ability to enjoy life and people is phenomenal!

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Accounts Room


Name: Angel

Gender: Female

A character with mind of her own, she is forever looking for a comfortable sofa to lie on.....Always one for a lark, Angel is a delightful animal to befriend.

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor
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Name: Michael

Gender: Male

Handsome, 3-legged and a very honorable gentleman, Michael never gives up an opportunity to have his favorite glucose biscuits, though he knows it may be damaging for his expanding girth.

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor


Name: Rosy

Gender: Female

Brought in from a cruelty case of abuse and neglect, Rosy is a staunch loyalist who will never forget if you have befriended her.

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor


 

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Name: Sweetie

Gender: Female

A sweetheart in her behavior and attitude, Sweetie is a dog that has been there and seen it all! She is lovable and affectionate to all, a far cry of her former self, when she came in abused from the city streets...

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor


Name: Twinkle

Gender: Female

She would light up the life of any foster parent.....warm and responding.

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Cattery


 

 
Name: Savithri

Gender: Female

One of the oldest dogs at the Shelter, Savithri was the foundation dog, when the shelter was being built and chose to live on, as it took shape. A senior citizen now, we wish for understanding parents for her.

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Near Rabbit Cage.



Name: Joiny

Gender: Male

An accident case again, Joiny could not find a home with 3 legs and we did not have the heart to release him on the city streets. A lovely dog for a loving family adoption, whether active or passive!

Favorite Hangout place in CUPA:  Corridor


 

 BE A PASSIVE ADOPTER:

If you crave for an animal's love, yet cannot have a pet, please remember that there is an animal waiting for your attention. Your position of a passive adopter gives many a senior and special-needs animals a chance. Older animals may not get the amount of attention that the younger more attractive animals do. Your choosing them to adopt proves to us that all animals, no matter what they look like, have shining personalities that deserves the best for the last few years of their life.