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ATAAC | Australian Teens Against Animal Cruelty - ATAAC : A Documentary

ATAAC : A Documentary

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In 2009 we bought a night ambulance for Friendicoes Animal Shelter in Delhi India and we then became more involved with Friendicoes and their partner organisation Wildlife SOS. In 2010 we were invited to spend time with both organisations, working with them from Delhi to Agra, Pune, Mumbai, and Bangalore assisting all animals from dogs and cats to bears, snakes, horses, donkeys, birds and leopards! This is the trailer of the documentary we made of our time with their amazing rescue teams. We then held two (very successful) fundraisers in Melbourne and Sydney for Wildlife SOS. Thank you to everyone who came along, especially Kartick, Geeta and Tandrali (founders of Wildlife SOS and Friendicoes) who flew over from India to attend and especially 'icandy' Productions. Without them this wouldnt be possible.

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