People for Animals (PFA), is India's largest Animal welfare organisation. It came into force in 1994 at a time when there was no organized animal welfare movement in India. PFA has a network of about 250,000 members and runs 36 charitable veterinary hospitals and veterinary ambulances throughout India. It runs India’s only wildlife hospital in Bangalore, a specialized monkey shelter in Haryana and Charitable Hospitals that run the Animal Birth Control Programme for stray dogs and cats. PFA field teams regularly catch poachers and traders in wild animal parts and cattle smugglers. PFA is the biggest lobbying group for animal welfare policies at both the center and the state level. On an average, PFA hospitals offer FREE treatment or home over 50,000 animals a year. Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre (SGACC) is their largest animal care center and India's oldest and Delhi's largest all-animal shelter. The work that they do, and the way it touches the lives of lacs of animals every day, is not unknown. There are a very few that fight for the voiceless, and PFA is one of them.