BENEFITING: HELP ANIMALS INDIA
It was a mammoth task, but we’ve finally done it. Aneesha has been rescued!
The first photo shows what life is like for elephants like Aneesha who are poached and enslaved as beasts of burden for the Indian lumber industry. Their work makes them highly accident-prone and they often sustain debilitating injuries, as Aneesha did. Scroll through the other photos to see Aneesha enjoying her freedom, including her new pond!
Aneesha walks painfully due to all the logs that dropped on her feet during her logging days and she needs special rehabilitative care. Now very thankfully she has refuge at the WRRC refuge center in Bangalore , India.
Her dramatic rescue was accomplished across two states in India. She greatly enjoys her new life but where are the funds to continue her care? Everyone wants to see elephants rescued from these abusive situations, this has been done! Now let us show our support for her continued care! Taking care of Aneesha is expensive. As a small nonprofit with no governmental funding, we rely upon you. Can you help to redress the grievous harm that humans have done to Aneesha and to other hapless elephants in India?
Aneesha is a 46-year-young lady who has moved into WRRC’s new Elephant Care Facility (ECF) in Karnataka, India. Here, she will get the treatment, feed and care that she has been deprived of all her life. A few months ago, we visited Aneesha in the small town in interior Tamil Nadu, where she lived in isolation and neglect. She was emaciated, arthritic, and in desperate need of veterinary attention. Now she has a beautiful sanctuary to bathe and roam in and the company of other elephants
Won't you contribute any amount to her upkeep so that she can get the care she deserves and we can rescue more elephants?
For further info please see: http://www.wrrcbangalore.org/index.php/aneesha/
To donate directly without Crowdrise please see: http://helpanimalsindia.org/donate.html
Thank you for your compassion! Trumpets for all elephants freedom worldwide!
Photos show Aneesha in her previous environment with painful injury (dated 2014) to her arrival on truck across India to her new sanctuary playing in the pond! You can see the photo of her crippled leg and why she needs our help now.