MD. Zabi Khan named as the youngest animal rights activist!
Perfect care and sympathy towards these innocent and cute animals has made MD. Zabi Khan the youngest animal rights activist. World Records India has named MD. Zabi Khan as the youngest animal rights activist.
According to World Records India website, Zabi has rehabilitated and re-homed over 3000 animals and provided services like animal adoption, rehabilitation, and retraining, medical assistance to the injured animals, rescued abused animals from pathetic conditions. He has created awareness in schools, college and sent food to animals affected by natural calamities and it is this commendable service towards voiceless that has made him the youngest animal rights activist. He has shown his extreme passion to help out these animals and provide them with the best care possible.
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Exceptional work Zabi has done
Born on June 11, 1997 Khan has rescued over 500 animals. He runs ‘A Place to Bark’ a registered NGO and a Shelter for abused or abandoned animals. He started working for animal right from the age of 13. He even convinced his college authorities to open an animal shelter in the campus. Now Zabi’s college, KG Reddy College of Engineering and Technology, has a shelter which is home to dogs, turkeys, ducks, chickens, and rabbits.
There are cages for the animals where they can sleep peacefully at night, but during the day they are free to roam around the campus. He actively conducts online and offline drives in order to encourage people to adopt rescued animals, especially native breeds, and educates them to ensure that they take care of their pets when they need them the most.
The money to fund expenses for food, care and treatment for these animals comes from volunteers from his college and college authorities apart from Zabi himself.
Congratulations young man!
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