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Mysuru zoo to host pet animals of Ukraine doctor from TS

Mysuru: Sri Chamarajendra Zoolocal Gardens has arrive forward to host pet animals owned by an Indian origin medical doctor in Ukraine. Dr Giri Kumar Patil, a indigenous of Tankara in Mehbubnagar district in Telangana, has been operating as a health practitioner in Ukraine considering the fact that 2007. A wildlife lover, Patil has lifted a jaguar, a black panther and 3 Italian Mastiff

canine in his two-storey building in Ukraine. Irrespective of Russian attack he did not leave his house to get treatment of the animals. The Russian soldiers captured him and introduced right after looking at his Indian passport with a warning. Now he wants to occur back again to his indigenous position along with his pets.

He approached the Telangana government with a request for allotment of 50 acres of land for the animals. The State authorities turned down his ask for as rearing wild animals is not permitted in the region in accordance to the wildlife Act. Nevertheless, the Telangana governing administration asked him to make arrangements to depart his favourite animals in any zoo.

At this phase, the Mysuru zoo authorities agreed to take treatment of the pet animals. Karnataka Zoo Authority member secretary B P Ravi reported that the Mysuru zoo has facility, very good local climate, caretakers and veterinary medical professionals. “If the govt permits we will acquire care of the animals,” he claimed.

Spread in excess of 157 acres, the Mysuru zoo is the oldest in Asia and it properties 1,450 animals from 25 nations. Day-to-day thousands of travellers visit the zoo for its rare collection of animals. At existing it has one jaguar. “Now, the situation is pending before the Union govt. The Mysuru zoo is ready to host the new Ukrainian company.”

Dr Girikumar Patil is residing in a bunker beneath his residence in Severodonetsk, in the Donbas area.

Dr Patil went to Ukraine in 2007 to research medication, and later settled down in Donbas. TNIE claimed that he later joined a neighborhood govt medical center as an orthopaedic.

He observed the jaguar “orphaned an sick” in a regional zoo and with the authorization of authorities, adopted it. Dr Patil has named the animal Yasha. Two months ago, he brought the black panther Sabrina as a mate to Yasha. The BBC described that following the war started, Mr Patil has been stepping out of his basement only to invest in food stuff for his cats.

“My huge cats have been spending nights in the basement with me. There has been a good deal of bombing going on all over us. The cats are afraid. They are taking in considerably less. I won’t be able to go away them,” the 40-12 months-old told the BBC. Dr Patil also has 3 dogs – Italian mastiffs – and tries to elevate cash for them by his YouTube channel, which has far more than 84,000 subscribers.