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Virat Kohli Praise Anushka Sharma For Advocating Stray Animal Rights
By CricShots - Sep 15, 2021 2:13 pm
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The Indian skipper, Virat Kohli, and his actress wife Anushka Sharma are icons of the country in the field of cricket and Bollywood, they always grab the limelight for their charitable actions. As per reports, Virat Kohli’s foundation has started a trauma and rehabilitation center for stray animals in Malad’s Madh in Mumbai on September 14. Kohli added that he has come up with two animal shelters in the financial capital of the country in collaboration with his foundation.

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It was on Tuesday the Indian skipper announced that after the association with Vivaldis and Awaaz, both the shelters are now functional. It is quite known that the power couple supports the right of stray animals and always do charitable things for the cause. In the same case, Anushka has always been quite vocal about her thoughts on the street animals and keeps sharing them on her social media.

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Announcing the same on Instagram, Virat Kohli wrote: “We are proud to announce that after months of hard work, our Trauma & Rehab Centre for Stray Animals in association with Vivaldis & Awaaz is now ready for operations. The Malad center will treat injured stray animals & provide them with medical support.”r


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s per the reports,  the new rehab center will work to treat the injured stray animals and a group of experts will be making sure that the working of the process remains smooth. While speaking on the same development, Virt Kohli me up with prises for his wife Anushka for always working for the noble cause and that he draws his inspiration from her only.

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In a statement regarding the same, Virat Kohli said, “I admire Anushka’s dedication towards the welfare of animals, and I have drawn my inspiration from her. It is our dream to create a safer space for the stray animals of our city. We are excited to announce that the center is ready, and hope to make a difference through this noble initiative.”