|Our brand new Puppytown is officially open!
With a capacity to hold 80 delightful squigglers,
puppies with fractures, wounds and illnesses now have a bright, warm-in-winter, cool-in-summer area where they are treated and comfortably housed in double-decker kennels suitable for three to five puppies together, on easy-to-clean tiles.
We are so proud of this important facilities upgrade: the previous puppy area was built in 2012 and was in need of a re-model.
We thank you deeply for giving us the means to serve all the lives we can–including our tiniest rescues who, being especially vulnerable, need extra care.
We continue to need your help with medicine and on-going care while the pups recover.
Trusting Vishwas nearly lost his hoof when his owner tied his legs together
This courageous donkey gave human beings the chance to help him after nearly losing his hoof and his life. His owner, perhaps to keep him from running away, had tied his front and hind legs together to ensure that the pain kept him from trotting and getting away. We don’t know who the owner is or how this sweetheart escaped, but the plastic packing tape that bound him hock to hock almost killed him.
In the course of our rescues, we see painfully often that animal abuse is the norm whenever animals are owned for a financial purpose, whether it’s for their meat, eggs or milk or in this case, for Vishwas’s labour.
Please donate to show animals like Vishwas the compassionate side of humanity.
Gorgeous Zarin’s happy new start…
Beautiful Zarin must have been a puppy when someone tied a rope around her neck, but no one removed it as she grew. Slowly it became tighter, then so tight that it cut right through the skin. But the constricted neck and massive flesh wound was partially hidden by her fur, until it had become so deep and the abraded tissue so bright that, finally, someone noticed her huge problem.
We hurried her back to our hospital, removed the rope, thoroughly flushed the wound, treated her for infection and began the beautiful process of her healing.
You’ll definitely see why we say Zarin is one of the sweetest girls we’ve ever met. Please donate.
Celebrate the Caregivers: Kamlesh!
It’s easy to under-estimate the complexity of what it means to drive one of Animal Aid’s ambulances. The driver, who also serves as a rescuer, helps safely rescue injured animals, provides first aid, navigates down narrow and busy lanes, and is the face of Animal Aid to the community. We’re proud to have Kamlesh Sharma as one of our stalwart ambulance drivers and rescuers. He has served with us for 2 years so far, but despite that relatively short time, his wonderful work reflects our deepest philosophy: help the vulnerable and treat them gently