Around 80 % percent of rescued animals will be released back to the wild. Only few hold when they required special nurture or treatment. For example we are treating one rescued eagle since last long days. We don’t let this because its inability to fly by its own. We treating with personal care until it gets its own ability to source its own food and shelter. We will release rescued animals with respect to population density and presence of habitat of respective animals. Special releases into forest areas, such as of a jackal, are conducted along with the Tamil Nadu Forest Department, while birds such as kites are released in city limits.