"The Greatness of a Nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated."
-Mahatma Gandhi

Society For Animal Safety (SAS)

SOCIETY FOR ANIMAL SAFETY (SAS), India – founded by Nitesh Khare, is operating in 5 major States of India to cultivate the public in the compassionate and humane treatment of all animals. Sound scientific evidence forms the fundament for our decision-making and determines the course of our rescue operations. In all that we do and we aim to find pragmatic solutions that benefit both animals and people. We also work with other like-minded organizations and government departments to strengthen legislation to protect animals from cruelty and disregard. Our work connects animal welfare and conservation, demonstrating that healthy population, naturally sustaining habitats and the wellbeing of individual animals are intertwined. We operate closely with communities to find solutions that benefit both animals and people.


From the President's Desk

Animals are important for our environment and ecosystem. Every small animal within the ecosystem has a vital role in the well-being of the planet. If one species are rendered extinct due to some imbalance, it can have significant cascading effects throughout the residual of the chain. Animals hold the equal right to be esteemed in the community because they are the most selfless creatures in the Planet. Let’s connect our hands together and move towards a better society where animals and humans are treated respectfully and we have a crime free country setting a benchmark for others.


Our Vision and Mission

In parliamentary law to achieve SAS India vision of a world where animals are respected and protected, we follow key principles in our hands-on projects with animals and in our advocacy work to secure better animal welfare protection in policy, legislation and society.



It should be recognized that animals have intrinsic value and are sentient beings.


Policy should be based on sound science within an ethical framework for animals


Conservation should be guided by ecological sustainability and biological sustainability

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