Aindrita Ray To Be Honoured With PETA Award For Standing Up To Dog Abuse

For Immediate Release:

13 March 2018


Nirali Gada; [email protected]

Shambhavi Tiwari; [email protected]

Actor Stops Construction Worker From Abusing Puppies

Bengaluru – Actress Aindrita Ray recently stopped a construction worker from abusing puppies near Nandi Hills and worked with an animal shelter to arrange for their care. For this act of compassion, she’ll receive a Hero to Animals Award from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India.

“These puppies were likely terrified and would probably have endured more abuse were it not for Aindrita Ray’s compassionate and quick action,” says PETA India Associate Director of Celebrity and Public Relations Sachin Bangera. “We encourage everyone to stop cruelty when they see it and speak up for abused or otherwise suffering animals, because if you don’t, maybe no one else will.”

Other recipients of PETA India’s Hero to Animals Award include Asin, for saving a dog who’d been hit by a car; Cyrus Broacha, for refusing to perform a stunt that involved riding a bull; Zarine Khan, for rescuing a cat from the streets; Rani Mukerji, for helping a dog in distress on her film set; Sadaa Sayed, for helping a puppy who was almost hit by a car during a rainstorm; Shilpa Shetty, for raising awareness about the plight of animals in circuses; and Dia Mirza’s production house, Born Free Entertainment, for showing that homeless animals make wonderful additions to families.

Because India has countless homeless cats and dogs, PETA India encourages anyone who’s ready to welcome an animal into the family always to adopt one from a shelter or the streets and always to have their dogs and cats sterilised.

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