Watching an animal return to where it came from – this is the most satisfying part of our work. The beauty of Indian community animals is that, frequently, they have local caretakers and feeders who draw our attention to the animal’s condition in the first place. Sometimes, animals are reported by passersby. In such cases, we take the utmost care to visit the release spot several times in the weeks that follow release, to ensure the animal is comfortable.
When wild animals are due to be released, the Forest Department is intimated and the animal is released in its habitat in the presence of the relevant officials.