India: Some Of The Latest Amazing Rescues By The Top Team At ‘Animal Aid Unlimited’ – January 2022.

Dear Mark,

Rajasthani nights are very cold–it doesn’t snow, but with night temperatures down to 5°C(40°F) the slightest breeze bringsa deep chill. We’re so grateful to all of you whose help enables us to bundle the animals up with jackets and blankets, provide hot water bottles and run space heaters throughout the night to all puppies, cats and frail animals.

Your kindness warms their hearts year round.

Bouncy was hit by a car, but she wasn’t about to give in!

Too much playing to do!

This little angel was curled up and trembling when her neighbours called to report the accident.

She’d been hit in the face by a passing vehicle and her mouth was bleeding. We feared the worst–a complicated jaw fracture or a head injury–but our fears were calmed when we examined her. We found no signs of fracture andher bright button eyes and perky ears assured us that she had not suffered an injury to her brain. She needed rest, however she wasn’t much interested in it–she was too busy playing. She bounced back within days, and inspired us to call her Bouncy! What a pleasure to see her thriving.

Help us heal darlings like Bouncy. Donate today

Penny lost half her vision, but kept 100% of her love for life!

As we approached this dog from behind, she looked perfectly fine.

But as we neared we understood why she was keeping completely still. Her eye had ruptured from the blow of a passing vehicleand the pain must have been unbearable. She was traumatized and seemed too scared to move a muscle.

Once back in our hospital our medical team found thather eye was damaged and would need to be surgically removed.When she recovered from surgery and her pain was gone, the light of her love shimmered from her entire face.

Meet Penny, a magnificent and oh so sweet accident survivor. Please donate today!

Welcome to the world, little Peanut!

Peanut is a teenie tiny orphan who, in her 3 weeks of life, has already fought through several bouts of illness–a common problem with orphan babies. In addition to keeping their babies clean, warm, safe and loved, mothers provide them with colostrum, a nutrient rich fluid produced by all mammals immediately after giving birth that helps build the immunity of the newborn.

We’re surrounding Peanut with love and doing all we can to help her grow, one day at a time.

Give yourself a valentine that gives help to animals.

Go shopping here:

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We thank you deeply for all you do, are, and inspire for animals

Founding family Erika, Claire and Jim, and the Animal Aid Unlimited team

Regards Mark.

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