India: February 2019 – Just Some of the Latest Rescues From ‘Animal Aid Unlimited’.

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Thank you for helping stretch the beauty and goodness of animal rescue into other parts of India. We’re growing the animal help movement thanks to you through our First Aid Training Program. 

We currently have a wonderful group of 8 trainees who have come from all across India. Some were inspired by the Animal Aid rescue videos and have already started helping injured and ill animals in their regions. They’ve come to acquire the training to safely handle, dress wounds, understand infectious diseases, treat mange and to learn how to document cases, share results, recruit volunteers and get the donations they need for medicine. 

If you are a resident of India and would like to learn how to help injured animals in your city or region, sign up today! 

 

Puffin’s head was hit by a motorcycle–and he wouldn’t give up 

Our hearts were breaking when we saw a small puppy laying unconscious on the road near a pool of blood. A motorcycle had hit him in the head, and he seemed to be taking his final breaths. We didn’t know if we could save him, but we had to try. We rushed him back to Animal Aid’s hospital and began his treatment with medicine to reduce the swelling in his brain, and treat his pain and shock. His brain injury was serious and even after a few days, when he regained consciousness, he wasn’t able to stand or eat without help. We surrounded him with love as he slept for many days, waking up only for syringe feeds. But gradually, his wakeful moments increased, and we watched a flower unfolding in his extraordinarily sweet nature. Because of your help, we saved him. Meet beautiful Puffin today. 

When you love someone, you never need to give up hope.   

Please donate today for street animal rescue.

 

Saving Moshe  

A dog with a terrible head wound absolutely undulating with maggots staggered on the road when we rescued him. The maggots had consumed much of his forehead and the tissue surrounding his skull. We worried that they had bored through his skull, and rushed to treat his pain and begin the process of removing the worms and necrotic tissue, cleansing and bandaging the enormous wound. 

His agony must have prevented him from eating; he was extremely thin and exhausted. But medical treatment, food and love saved his life. Meet magnificent Moshe today.

Please show your love for the most vulnerable, and donate today.

 

Huge relief for little Iris, rescued with an intestine bursting out of a wound 

Hiding and frozen in fear, this darling little girl waited with her insides coming out of an enormously swollen wound site. We rushed her back to Animal Aid for emergency surgery to save her life. We cleaned and surgically repaired her dangling intestinal tissue and extensively damaged muscle. After recovery, it took only a few hours for this whirlwind of a girl to get back into her stride. 

You can be the person who saves the next little one.  Please donate

 

 

Dog with shredded leg sobs when seeing rescuers 

Her bone was shattered and protruding, the leg hanging by just a thread of skin. But still, this incredibly dear girl wagged her tail and cried out for help when she saw her rescuers, almost as if she realized that without them, she couldn’t possibly survive. 

Watch this extraordinarily charming, adorable dog face her life’s greatest challenge, and cause everyone to fall in love with her in the process. 

Somewhere right now a street animal is desperately hoping to be rescued. Together we can get to her in time.

Please donate today.

 

 

Celebrate the Caregivers: Mangi Bai  

8 years ago Animal Aid was given one of the greatest

gifts in our history: Mangi Bai Gameti, who from her first moments on the job,

dove in to help every animal she could.  

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Watching over the health, safety, treatment and play for about 30 disabled, old but cheerful dogs on two sites, Mangi Bai is one of the precious souls who notices a dog with an itchy ear, nails that need to be cut or a new cough; she’s a whiz at bandaging a dragging foot; she can coax the most reluctant eater into enjoying a meal and she keeps the area of “her” dogs immaculate. She has trained many new staff and serves as an inspiration even to the most senior caregivers and volunteers. Wherever she goes, the animals’ eyes stay fixed on her because they know she is their beloved safety net.

 

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