Shravan Krishnan

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Shravan handling a rat snake

Shravan krishnan is an animal rights activist born in Chennai, India on 6 October 1990. He is the founder of Hotel For Dogs, a boarding centre for dogs in India. He is an animal rescuer and works with the forest department to rescue animals most notably snakes. He played a major role in the rescue of Bhadra, a stray dog that was thrown off of a roof by two medical students.

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  • India (14 July 2016). "Shravan Krishnan, The Chennai Dog Rescuer, Was Always A Superhero". Huffington Post India. Retrieved 8 August 2016.