We do not require visitors to provide any information to view the public parts of our web site.
Access to this site is entirely anonymous. The safesearch feature is implemented using cookies, which tracks no more than your safesearch preferences.
We sincerely hope that this site will ease your search among many kinds of animals. Enjoy and learn more.
WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT AND HOW DO WE USE IT?
Information You Give To Us
If you choose to purchase from our shop or contact ask, we will ask you to provide your email address and your name. We require a valid email address but do not mind if you want to use a nickname rather than your real name.
We will NOT disclose, sell or exchange your personally identifiable information to or with anyone, without your specific permission, except when we believe disclosure is absolutely necessary to:
Other Information Gathered
Our web servers automatically gather information about all visitors. Such information is only used for statistical analysis to assess usage statistics and other information so that we may design our web site better to suit all our users. This information may be used if we think it is in relation to any attempts to harm, hack or illegally gain access to our files/content. The only data we gather which can be used to identify you is your IP address, the IP address can only be used to identify you if we involve the police who in turn contact your internet service provider - this applies to any web site you visit on the internet.
Links to Other Websites
Text on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Almost all of the images on this site were sourced from Google and were licensed under the Creative Commons-licensed content for commercial use, adaptation, modification or building upon at the time of sourcing. The balance of the images were either used with permission or were otherwise licensed to be used for derivative works at the time of sourcing. If you are intending to re-use images from this website, please check the licensing of the individual images and do not assume that they are all able to be freely used. Please attribute this site as the source if you use images unmodified from this site - all the images on this site are derivative works. Attribute the original authors if you use the original images.
No copyright infringement is intended by the use of any of the photos on this site. If you are the author of one of the photos, or the photo is of you, or you find an image offensive, or want any other modifications made like the image removed or the attribution changed, just contact the site owner directly.
However, you might be wondering why all the images are Creative Commons, Public Domain or used with permission, and the text of the site is not.
The answer is simple - this site took a long time to put together, finding all the photos and writing the text to go with them. Its not like it was generated with a dictionary parser and a Flickr-spidering bot, the entire site was painstakingly assembled by hand over several years. The copyright is simply protection from someone taking a screenscraper to the entire site and duplicating it verbatim. Think I'm paranoid? Of course I am - I've seen entire copies of Wikipedia duplicated on other websites. So PLEASE DO NOT MIRROR THE ENTIRE SITE.
Maintenance of Indian Pet Animals
In India, maintaining pets involves a lot of responsibility. Owning a pet is like keeping a bargain. One must choose ones animal with care, being sure that the owner can look after it correctly. A person must consider the space they have for keeping a pet, whether he can exercise the pet regularly, what the owner`s family thinks of the pet who is to become a new member of the same, the monetary aspect of keeping a pet and feeding it properly. Moreover, the owner of the pet must take proper care so that the neighbours are not disturbed by the presence of the pet in their house and the entire locality.
Government of India introduced several pet laws to safeguard the interest of the pets. The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (PCA) Act was enacted in December 1960 to prevent cruelty against the animals. Later in 1962, the
Animal Welfare Board of India was set up under Section 4 of the PCA 1960.