Animal Care on Wheels

by Jivdaya Charitable Trust
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The wet season is the time of year when most of a region average annual rainfall occurs. In the wet season, air quality improves, freshwater quality improves, and even animals have adaptation and survival strategies for the wet season. Every year we experience our busiest time during the monsoon - the heavy rains make everyday tasks much more of a challenge, and we typically see a large increase in the number of animal rescues we are called to. Many of the animals are suffering from horrendous maggot wounds, fractures, severe skin conditions, allergies, viral fever, and flu, etc. It is more testing time than usual. It may be hard work, but thanks to our incredible team we continue to help as many stray animals as we can. 

Throughout the entire month of August our3 mobile clinic vans, fondly called A1, A2, and A3 are tried to reach and provided necessary treatment to each complaint they have received in this entire month. 

Here is a summary of our ‘Animal Care on wheels’ team for August’21. 

 

Total cases handled by our Ambulance 1, 2 & 3- 1596 

Cases attended by Ambulance 1- 583 

Cases attended by Ambulance 2- 555 

Cases attended by Ambulance 3- 458 

  

New cases- 640 

Follow-ups- 956 

Closed cases- 430 

Animals treated. 

Dogs: - 1040 

Cat: - 481 

Cow: - 19 

Other- 56 

  

All these animals on the streets are living a better life - all because of your help and generous donations.  Thank you all for saving many lives with your love, prayer, and your kind contribution.  People like you, are constantly making a change and strengthening us to fight against all edges. We are proud to have you in our family. Thank you for being kind to all these speechless lives. 

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‘Julie’ is a resident stray of ‘Vasna Police Station’ where she was born and raised by all the staff. After many happy and memorable years, Julie is old now. She was suffering from an old forelimb injury and some nerve issues. All the staff of the police station was worried as her health was deteriorating day by day. They got in touch with Jankhanaben (name changed), who takes care of all the strays in that locality and is an active volunteer in Jivdaya Charitable Trust. Jankhanaben immediately called our ‘Animal Care on wheels’ team for Julie’s treatment. With The help of Jankhana and our team, she is getting regular treatment and follow-up and showing significant signs of recovery.
Like humans, our furry friends also go through various old-age problems. As they grow old, they lose the ability to find food and water for themselves and become completely dependent on us. These community dogs guard their respective territories throughout their lives. This is our moral responsibility to take care of them when they need us the most.
A special thanks to Jankhana Shah all the staff of Vasna Police Station and Dr. Chandresh & the Team for taking care of Julie.

Dear Friends, we have been able to save many others like Julie with your kind support, but there are many left who are suffering every day. We need to reach them too. Please share our story with your friends & family, so they can also join their hands. Together we will be able to save more and more lives and make a better future for our next generation.
Remember, we can only have a better life when every living being gets a chance to survive.

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We are now well into Monsoon Season, usually the worst time of year for stray animals. Even though the rainfall was lower and a little delayed than normal this year, that didn't stop the increased need for animals, especially street-dwelling community dogs, from requiring support from Jivdaya Charitable trust.We have been busy with a lot of cases. These mainly consisted of severe skin conditions, injuries, diseases, tumors, and infections.  All these animals on the streets are living a better life - all because of your help and generous donations. The Animal Care on Wheels project supported by you also treated many animals suffering from parasitic diseases that were zoonotic, meaning they can be transmitted to humans if unattended. Throughout the entire month of July our3 mobile clinic vans, fondly called A1, A2, and A3 are tried to reach and provided necessary treatment to each complaint they have received in this entire month.

Here is a summary of our ‘Animal Care on wheels’ team for July’21.

 

 

Total cases handled by our Ambulance 1, 2 & 3- 1517

Cases attended by Ambulance 1- 510

Cases attended by Ambulance 2- 518

Cases attended by Ambulance 3- 489

 

                                                                                                                                                             

New cases- 706

Follow-ups- 650

Closed cases- 461

 

Animals treated.

Dogs: - 1140

Cat: - 350

Cow: - 15

Other- 12

 

 

Thank you all for saving many lives with your love, prayer, and your kind contribution.

People like you, are constantly making a change and strengthening us to fight against all edges. We are proud to have you in our family. Thank you for being kind to all these speechless lives.

 

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Dogs, much like humans, require a lot of water and electrolytes to ensure their bodies are working properly. Water is so important, in fact, that essentially all bodily functions require it to remain healthy and operative. There are several reasons that stray dogs become dehydrated, including heatstroke as they do not have a roof on their head, persistent vomiting or diarrhea due to seasonal changes, insufficient fluid intake due to rapid habitat loss, and absence of clean drinking water, illness, or fever. Severe dehydration is a common emergency observed in most of the cases by our Ambulance Vans in this season.

Recently we have come across one such case of a beautiful dog named ‘Tobi’ who was suffering from severe dehydration near Ranip, Ahmedabad. The local caretakers addressed that Tobi has lost all energy and call our helpline for treatment. Our team of ‘Animal Care on Wheels’ rushed to the locality. After examination, they found the dog is suffering from severe dehydration and unable to eat past 3 days. Our doctor and assistants started intravenous fluid therapy immediately with other medication to stabilize the condition. Right now, Tobi is under strict follow-up and care. We are hoping within a week Tobi will be fit to play in her territory again.  

 

We thank you all for helping us provide timely treatment and rehabilitation to Tobi and many other lives. We are proud to have you in our family, and together we have a long way to go. Thank you once again for having our back. 

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Any sign of discomfort or illness is shown by our loved ones make us worried. This is a common behavior in humans but do people really care about stray animals? If our local strays are in pain or diseased, do that move us a bit, for many of us might be the answer is ‘No’, but there are few kind souls who take care of the stray animals like their family. Rameshbhai (name changed), who is a local owner of Princy, a beautiful dog who was born and raised in the same area where Rameshbhai resides, was fed, and pampered by him.

 A few days back, Rameshbhai noticed that Princy was not showing any interest in food, and her energy level has gone down. Just after a day, he even noticed that Princy is vomiting and having Diarrhea. Worried, Rameshbhai, immediate call our helpline number seeking assistance. Our team rushed to the locality, and after examining Princy, they found that she has been affected by the deadly Parvovirus. Every year this notorious virus claims a lot of stray lives. Our ‘Animal Care on Wheels’ team immediately started the treatment. Our cute little Princy needed a long-term treatment to recover, so our team made it a point to visit Princy every day for her treatment till the time she completely cures. During her treatment, Rameshbhai used to comfort her with his loving presence. Finally, after 8 days of treatment, Princy started jumping and hopping like before, and Rameshbhai was overwhelmed with happiness. Jivdaya Charitable Trust salutes the animal heroes like Rameshbhai, who take care of stray animals like their own against all odds.

 

Dear Friend, saving little Princy was a big achievement for us, but we could not have done that without your support. We save all these innocent lives through your generous contribution. With the help of your donation, Jivdaya Charitable Trust saves over 4000 animals and birds every month. Thank you once again for having faith in us.

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