‘Holi’ is not a festival for animals


This Holi, play it safe. Do ensure however, that in either your love towards the street or pet animals you care for OR in your post-bhaang madness you don’t put the colourful, toxic, harmful, chemical laced powdered or liquid Holi colours onto the animals or birds.

You can wash the colours off, these animals and birds cannot do so, no matter how hard they try to…

They will lick them and that could harm them besides causing them skin allergies or infections.

Please read the tips published in the Article penned in today’s Mumbai based Mid Day Newspaper on the subject and share them with as many people as you can to make it a “happy” holi for you as well as all animals and birds around us.


3 Comments on “‘Holi’ is not a festival for animals

  1. Can someone tell me a good yet inexpensive boarding home for an Indian dog. I have to go out of state for a couple of weeks.


    • You may please check with Abhinav of Dogs Inn on +919212111116, he may offer a discount for an Indian dog or please check with him on other boarding options near to your home, since, we don’t know of many boarding facilities.


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