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animal cruelty/suffering in India

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I am planning a short India trip and would like help finding the best places for me to go, considering I am a big animal lover and want to avoid places where I would likely see a huge amount of animal suffering. Seeing street animals is ok as long as they are not suffering terribly or really starving. Please respond if you know of some areas or cities that would be fine for me. Maybe most places in India would be fine? I can't seem to get much information on this topic. Udaipur was mentioned to me as a good possibility; are there others? thanks for any help.

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