Petstreet Good Hearts is a small charitable initiative by Petstreet
About Mission Pawssible
Mission Pawssible is Petstreet's largest charitable project wherein we are impacting over 1,500 stray animals, including dogs, cows and cats, with the help of our Ambassadors.
As a small business, we have run this charity, behind the scenes, for 3 years with no donations, no social media whatsoever. But this pandemic has shaken our core so hard that we're unable to keep up with the cost-demanding activity that rescuing is.
We don't want to stop. We want to expand our area of reach instead. We know anything is pawssible when we have people like you.
Hence, Mission Pawwsible.
ADOPTION STORY OF LUNA
Luna had one of her hind legs broken due to human-driven cruelty (that's very normal when it comes to the world of stray dogs). She was rescued by Sonali Tripathi from Paw In Need in Hapur, and came as a foster child to Petstreet Resort. After living with us for a few months, she finally got adopted overseas and found a forever family. Look how gorgeous she has become!
ADOPTION STORY OF MOON
Moon was found crying alone late at night in one of the streets of Mayur Vihar, Delhi when he was just 30 days old. Vishakha Bhaskar, his rescuer and an influencer, tried searching for his litter, a temporary foster family but all efforts were in vain. She reached out to us and we let Moon in. Luckily, Moon won someone's heart via Instagram and found a home in Bangalore in just a few weeks' time. He lives a spoilt life in his beautiful home now.
ADOPTION STORY OF ALEX
Alex was a breeder reject, sold to a family who had no prior experience with dogs. In the matter of a few days after being sold, Alex developed a calcium deficiency which hindered his ability to walk, stand, run, etc. He was dumped in one of our stores forcefully. The family threatened us to leave a 40-day-old puppy on the streets to fend for himself. We took him in and started his treatments. Luckily, a young man offered help to take care of Alex until he gets better. It was financially draining and yet, they worked on him with all their might. Alex then developed Parvo and the family fought harder for him. And today, Alex is called Veer, adopted by the same family which healed him. He has two big brothers too.
Are you ready to become a part of another happy adoption story?
No amount is too less, no amount is too big. Help us in whatever capacity you can, and we will make sure another life changes for the better.
MEET OUR AMBASSADORS
CHOOSE HOW YOU WANT TO HELP
YOU CAN HELP IN MULTIPLE WAYS. ALL OF THEM ARE EQUALLY IMPORTANT.
You can share about Mission Pawssible via Instagram, Facebook or by copy-pasting this URL to your WhatsApp groups.
The face behind Petstreet Good Hearts
Petstreet Good Hearts was founded by Ms Sonali Wadhwa in 2018, when a car hit a lost puppy on the road where she worked and she rushed to the nearest vet. She named the puppy Bravery, and created an Instagram account called Petstreet Good Hearts to help find her parents. Since then, she has been actively working with small rescue organisations and providing her foster services to individual rescuers, raising funds for them and more.