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    The hot summer weather is not only affecting people in Hyderabad, but also animals. Animal enthusiasts have noticed cases of dehydration and heatstroke among stray and avian life in the city. To address this issue, animal activists have started the ‘Water for Animals’ awareness campaign.

    Many voluntary organizations have taken the lead in installing water bowls in residential areas and public places like bus stands. This year, more people are using these water bowls compared to last year. Pradeep Nair, from the Animal Warriors Conservation Society, mentioned that cases of heatstroke in birds have been reported early this year. They are distributing water bowls and raising awareness to encourage people to help animals in need.

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    The Greater Hyderabad Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is focusing on helping birds during the summer. They are distributing feeder bowls and water to protect birds from dehydration. The society has also seen an increase in people getting involved in providing water for birds this year.

    Animals are at risk of heat-related illnesses during the summer, so it is important for people to provide them with water and food. The Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is spreading awareness and enrolling volunteers to help feed and provide water for animals in need, especially during the hot summer months.

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