Providing food, shelter and care for abandoned cows

Care for Cows is a network of international volunteers dedicated to awareness, education and action regarding cow protection (go raksha) as taught in the Vedic scriptures. We also offer guidance, support and grants to like-minded charitable organizations, throughout the world, who wish to honor and implement the Vedic standards of cow protection. At present we maintain over 500 abandoned cows, bulls, retired oxen, and orphaned calves throughout the sacred precincts of Vrindavan, India. Please contact us for further information..

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Dear Care for Cows sponsors,

Before he left this mortal world, HG Kurma Rupa Prabhu had been working with webpage designer Tina Pangre in Mumbai on a new look website for Care for Cows. We just need a little more information before we are ready to launch it. Thankyou to all who have already responded to my emails.

For those sponsors whom we are still waiting to hear from, we humbly request that you please send an email with the following information:

a. Your name.
b. The cows/bulls you are sponsoring.
c. The email address which is listed on Paypal when your payment is made/ or if you are making donations through our bank account.

We hope this finds you experiencing the happiness and internal satisfaction which accompanies cow protection.

On behalf of your friends and servants of the cows,
The Care for Cows Team
Email: admin@careforcows.org
Care for Cows, Kiki Nagla (Vrindavan) Founder: HG Kurma Rupa Prabhu

Would you kill your pet dog or cat to eat it? How about an animal you're not emotionally attached to? Is the thought of slaughtering a cow or chicken or pig with your own hands too much to handle? Instead, would hiring a hit-man to do the job give you enough distance from the emotional discomfort? What animal did you put a contract out on for your supper last night? Did you at least make sure that none went to waste and to take a moment to be grateful for its sacrifice?