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
Closed cases- 430
Dogs: - 1040
Cat: - 481
Cow: - 19
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.