One animal at a time has become thousands of rescued animals
Thank you for sharing our videos. We can see from the comments that viewers are from all corners of the world, united in compassion and enthusiasm to help more animals in more ways than ever before. The donations these views bring about save a precious life, and another, and another. When we started Animal Aid Unlimited our motto was “one animal at a time.” Our mission today includes training activists in street animal first aid techniques, humane education, vegan outreach, but at the end of the day, the idea remains: one by one you’re saving someone astounding, innocent and in desperate trouble.
Thank you for being a force for help.
This baby was alive, and then some! What an incredible recovery
Her head was flipped backwards and lay in a pool of blood. Her neck seemed broken, but when we came close, we saw her breathing. We scooped her up and hurried her to our hospital and immediately began treating her for brain swelling and pain.
Her consciousness came and went, but she was unable to control her movement. Standing and even eating was completely impossible and her eyes were dull. We feared the worst. But slowly her life force stirred and progress began. Meet Jellybean today. Please help us rescue the next precious street animal.
This is team-work and we need you on this team. Please donate today for street animal rescue.
Toggle had a talking Mommy!
This happy-ending story began as one of the saddest, when a mother dog cried out in anguish, seeming to beg us to help her badly wounded baby. She didn’t stop trying desperately to communicate as we gently lifted her puppy who had two deep wounds and placed him in the ambulance. We couldn’t bring her along because she had 4 other babies to watch over. We would try our best to save her sweetheart and bring him home, and how we wished and hoped she would somehow understand. Her little one was so brave, and never struggled throughout his wound dressings. But he had a lingering problem: the wounds hurt him so badly he couldn’t walk for several days. We weren’t sure if the nerve damage was permanent. But Toggle was comforted throughout the days of his healing, and while we fell in love with his incredibly sweet nature, we knew there was someone very important waiting for him back home. Watch this incredible reunion of Toggle and his family.
Please donate, so that families who need each other won’t be torn apart.
Biscuit is so cheerful even a terrible wound couldn’t stop his joy
We got a call that a dog’s ear was torn off and as we approached we expected him to cry in agony. But instead, this extraordinary sweetheart wagged his tail, gobbled down his biscuit treats, and gave our rescue team the sense that he knew for sure that he was on his way to safety. Meet this unforgettable ambassador of love, who lost his ear but who will definitely win your heart.
With your help more sweethearts can be saved. Please donate.
Abused donkey with legs lacerated rescued
This gentle donkey, Angelo, had collapsed when his legs were lacerated by plastic rope, tied together to prevent him from running away, and nearly ending his life. His owner was so negligent he didn’t untie them even after they first started cutting into his skin, deeper and deeper until the rope reached the bone. Donkeys are at great risk of abuse, because many owners believe they’ll get more profit the less they spend on the welfare of their donkeys, who often get poor quality food, no freedom to graze, (donkey owners rarely own land for donkeys to graze, so if they’re not chained they are roaming on busy streets), and very little rest. The donkeys suffer in a cycle of poverty and exploitation.
Our growing experience with the suffering of working animals continues to affirm for us the belief that all animals deserve their freedom to be who they are, to fulfill their own interests and lives, free from the bondage of serving humans.
Please donate today for humane education in India.
Celebrate the staff: Babulal
It takes a special soul to turn up day after day and year after year to clean up after animals. Babulal Gameti joined the team 12 years ago and we’ve never been the same since. In all his time here he has kept up a willingness to say yes despite weather that’s hot, rainy, cold, dark; animals who are noisy, incontinent, and whose activities can make cleaning around them challenging. Babulal has lived in Hawala all his life, and has accompanied us through 2 hospital moves. Whether he is heating water for a hot water bottle, washing blankets or scrubbing a floor, Babulal is always ready for a smile of kindness
UK ‘Marc the Vet’ Visits AAU
This month we welcomed celebrity vet Marc Abraham, known in the UK as “Marc the Vet” who came on behalf of the UK newspaper The Telegraph to write a travel feature about Animal Aid Unlimited. Marc was one of the most kind, enthusiastic and sweet guests we’ve ever had. In addition to being an amazing vet, he has led the UK’s anti-puppy mill “Lucy’s Law” campaign to prohibit the sale of puppies and kittens by pet shops, online dealers and other 3rd party sellers.
Marc jumped in to all aspects of Animal Aid’s hospital life–going out on rescues, assisting in surgery, joining school presentations and assisting in street treatments–all in just 5 days. We can’t wait to see the travel feature but moreover, Animal Aid made a new friend.