It’s not a good sign when a new app offers to “find” a pet for a homeless man.
The app, named “Pet Dog,” was launched by an NGO called Save Pets India on Friday and lets users locate homeless pets, adopt them and then pay for them.
It claims that the app is helping to find homes for dogs and cats in need and has even found homes for some of India’s poorest.
According to Save Pets, “Pet Dogs” is available in 25 cities across the country.
“Pet Dogs,” which has more than a dozen “finds” and “homes” sections, says it is designed to help the “honest” homeless people in India.
If you’re homeless, this app could be a lifesaver.
It has the power to help you find and find your pet and help you save your life.
It will help you get back on your feet, even if you’re unable to walk or even if it is cold outside.
If you want to find a pet that is currently on the street, this can be an amazing way to do so.
We need more pets in India But there are other challenges to finding pets for homeless people.
In many cases, the pets they need are pets that are already out of the city.
For example, it can be difficult for a dog or cat to find its way to a new home, especially if it has been injured or sick.
Many shelters are not equipped to care for these animals.
They have no food, water, food, veterinary care, etc. They may also be afraid of dogs, cats, or even strangers.
They might not be able to get a dog to play with or even get them to go to the bathroom.
Pet Dogs, which has an international community of volunteers, is currently looking for a permanent location to locate homeless animals and will also look for other solutions to these issues.
This is an issue that is especially pressing in the cities of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka.
While these states have a low population of homeless people, many are struggling to keep up with the influx of pets and their costs.
There is a huge need for this app, said a volunteer from the Save Pets Foundation in Bengaluru.
He added that he has received some positive feedback from people, especially from the homeless.
A shelter for the homeless in Bengalura has seen a surge in the number of pet owners.
They are able to adopt dogs and get them adopted into homes, and also pay for the dog.
Save Pets India is looking to raise funds to help build a permanent shelter for animals and homeless people and is working with animal rescue groups in Bengalur, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Odisha, Andhra and Goa to build a “Pet Cat Rescue Center” and a “Dog Rescue Center.”