Rate stray animals management in your neighborhood and city

Many of you in different circles continue to raise the subject of stray dogs, pigs, monkeys and how effective management of stray animals can add to cleanliness.

With Swachh Bharat on top of the minds of our administrators this week, we need to remind them how effective or ineffective Stray Animal Management is currently being done by your municipality. Therefore, please use the link below and rate Stray Animal Management in your area:

Rate Stray Animal Management by your Municipality

Below are some of the to dos that were developed a few months back with your inputs and reflect the best case scenario.

Effective Handling of Stray Animals

1.The local municipalities should take steps to remove all stray canines and cattle from the roads
2.Sterilisation campaigns should be done so that their population does not increase
3.A fine should be imposed on people who leave their cattle on the roads
4.Animal shelters should be built in different areas and Swachh Bharat funds should be allowed to be used for the same
5.Municipalities should tie up with NGOs to train these stray animals
6.NGO’s should be involved in working towards adoption of the stays
7.A municipal helpline should be started to report dangerous stray animals
8. A special team should also be established to act quickly on these complaints
9.Stray cows should be picked up by the municipal team and the owner should be charged heavily for their release
10.People have a misplaced sense of charitable attitude towards animals – this should be changed with awareness drives
11.Owners of cattle especially cows, horses must register ownership and the animals should have the registration locket, failing which the animals on the roads may be impounded
12.Relevant Government or NGO agencies should take the cows to villages and auction them off to recover costs or make profit
13.Stray animals should be caught and rehabilitated in separate enclosures in the outskirts off the towns and cities. more  

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Mumbai is also equally bad and needs improvements.Also I have seen most of the Hindu religious places have lot of stray animals like cow and dogs.They make the narrow streets dirty and even walking of the pilgrims become risky.Gives a very bad impression to tourists. more  
In our place NGO colony frequent accidents are happening due large number of stray animals ,dogs and cattle more  
In chennai Mainly 2 stray animals namely cow and dog Even though officials concerned are declaring stray animals are impounded You just go to marina beach and find many stray animals
they are endangering common man opstruct traffic and attack human in the nights Unless resposibility and accountability with severe punishment for non execution,there won't be any improvement more  
In Rourkela ( a Smart City) stray dogs and cattle move freely. There has been no attempt even for sterilization of dogs. Some residents even encourage gathering of dogs and cattle by giving them feeds. more  
whereas there are specific cattle owners and pig owners, there are no stray dog owners. They can therefore be easily tackled. Those who favour sterilization should be given a target - if they can meet it - okay, else let it be handled by others. more  
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