There are bad times and good times, but nothing can stop us from saving the lives of stray animals & birds under any circumstances. Jivdaya Charitable Trust is dedicatedly serving our society and wildlife 365 days a year without fail. When the entire world is fighting with the pandemic, our team is tirelessly working to ease the pain of the speechless lives. But we would not have come so far without your generous donations. To make sure that you can see how we are utilizing your hard earn money, a monthly summary is given below for you.
Animal Care on Wheels’ April 2021
Total cases handled by our Ambulance 1 & 2- 1153.
Cases attended by Ambulance 1- 550.
Cases attended by Ambulance 2- 603.
New cases- 467
Dogs: - 848
Cat: - 249
Cow: - 17
Dear friends, Jivdaya has started this journey in 2007 and successfully continuing to date. We thank you all for being the driving force to our work. It is a huge responsibility, and we could not have accomplished this without you. Thank you once again for all your love and support.
Mini was brought to Jivdaya by her local owner when she was in tremendous labor pain but not giving birth to her babies due to some difficulties. After sonography, our team realized that none of Mini’s babies are alive, and she was choking. Looking at her condition, our team promptly started performing a C-section surgery to save her life.
Her Surgery took almost an hour before she was completely out of danger. Our staff breathed a sigh of relief when the surgery got over. We are extremely sorry that we could not save her babies as they were dead before Mini arrived at Jivdaya, but we are happy that we have saved her life with an on-the-spot decision of our doctors.
But the story does not end here. After her surgery, Mini required a daily follow-up treatment to heal fast, but her local owner did not want to leave her and go home. So, we promised him that we will arrange a regular follow-up for Mini by our ‘Animal Care on Wheels’ team till the time she recovers. After week-long follow-ups, Mini is doing great, and her local owner is super happy.
We might not take away the pain of a mother who lost her babies, but we surely can share our helping hands to soothe her physical pain.
Dear Friends, Jivdaya Charitable Trust (JCT), thank you all for your support. We would not have been able to save Mini without your contribution. There are a lot of strays like Mini who need care & love. Together we can save them. Come join us to save more lives every day.
Despite of the dire strait of Covid-19 second wave our ‘Animal Care on Wheels’ team continued providing their localized treatment service to all the ailing animals in different parts of the city.
Our two Mobile Clinic vans together have received over 50 cases daily in the past month. Most of these cases were canine parvovirus, maggot wounds, weakness, dehydration, accident injuries, etc. Here is a treatment summary of our ‘Animal Care on Wheels’ for March 2021 attached.
Total cases handled by our Ambulance 1 & 2- 1313.
Cases attended by Ambulance 1- 628.
Cases attended by Ambulance 2- 685.
New cases- 522
Dogs: - 822
Cow: - 10
We thank you for all your love throughout. Your supportive hand is our biggest backup, strengthening us to fight against all the odds and provide the best to all our stray friends.
If you ride or drive any vehicle, you must be aware that how hot a silencer pipe can get and, by mistake, if it touches your skin, what kind of damages it can cause to you.
‘Chiku,’ who is a pampered stray puppy taken care of by his local owner, was trying to get cozy under a parked bike. This poor baby was completely unaware that the bike was parked a few minutes back, and the silencer pipe was still awfully hot. By the time Chiku realized that his back touched the pipe, it was too late. The pipe severely damaged his skin already. Little Chiku cried out in pain, and his local owner Natvar Kaka (name changed), came out running from his house.
Natvar Kaka could not bear the sight of Chiku’s wound and immediately dialed our helpline number for assistance. Our Mobile Clinic Van rushed to the area quickly and started the necessary treatment for his thermal injury. Chiku needed long-term treatment and dressing to heal faster. Needless to say, our ‘Animal Care on Wheel’ team provided a regular dressing with medication. After a week’s treatment and care, his wound started drying up, and he started hopping and jumping in his usual ways. Kindly check the video link to see Chiku’s progress after one week.
Jivdaya Charitable Trust salutes all those local stray owners who love their stray pets and care for them as one of their family members. Jivdaya team works hard to provide service to these amazing people through our mobile treatment clinic.
Dear Friends, we need your prayers for Chiku’s good health. We are extremely proud to have you with us. Together we will surely be able to save many more lives like Grace who are facing grave dangers due to human’s lack of knowledge, negligence, and selfishness.
RABIES is a viral neurological disease that causes acute encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) in warm-blooded animals including human beings. It is zoonotic (i.e., transmitted by animals), most commonly by bites from an infected animal but occasionally by other forms of contact also. Despite the development of the first rabies vaccine in 1885, the World Health Organization estimates that between 30,000 and 70,000 people die worldwide from rabies each year. Jivdaya Charitable Trust as a team assists various companies, organizations, and institutions to manage the stray dog vaccination program in a scientific and humane manner.
We had organized an Anti-Rabies Vaccination Drive at the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad for stray dogs on 18th March 2021 (Thursday), as a part of the ‘Animal Care on Wheels’ community outreach program. This was an event to protect the lives of stray animals especially dogs who go through many hardships. This event promoted compassion, responsible, and safe living with stray animals. We have vaccinated around 17 street dogs on that day in the new campus of IIM, Ahmedabad. This event was organized with the main objective of establishing the key role of dog-feeders from the campus by responsibly participating in vaccination drives.
Dear Friends, Jivdaya Charitable Trust, cannot thank you enough for your assistance. Your genuine support keeps us on our feet to attend to every wildlife in need and deliver our best.
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