Save Abandoned Cows from painful death in Gujarat.

by Jivdaya Charitable Trust
Save Abandoned Cows from painful death in Gujarat.

Project Report | Jun 19, 2021
Summary for May 2021

By Ratiranjan Mahapatra | Program manager

Last month we have provided treatment to 12ailing abandoned cows in the city, most of them were victim of road accidents and admitted with fractures and nasty wounds. Also, there were a lot of cases we have received with dehydration. Our team worked hard to bring them back to their normal life with care, medication and physiotherapy.

Friends, you are the most important part of our family, and we love to share our work with you. Whatever we do or accomplish is all because of your kind support. Also, Jivdaya requests you to place a water bowl outside your garden, balcony, main gate, and common area with drinking water for all these speechless souls to beat the summer heat.

 

Here is a summary of our ‘Save Homeless Cows in Gujarat’ project for May’21.

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Month               Date                                        Cases

May 2021        06/05/2021         2 cow with Spinal cord injury due to road accident

                       04/05/2021                 Road accident and dehydration

                       09/05/2021            Calf with Laceration wound on right forelimb

                       11/05/2021                Cow with uterine prolapse

                       13/05/2021               Leg fracture due to road accident

                       19/05/2021     Leg fracture and spinal cord injury due to road accident

                       20/05/2021                     Cow with Bloated Abdomen

                       23/05/2021             Minor injuries due to road accident

                       26/05/2021    Spinal cord injury and head trauma due to deadly road accident

                       27/05/2021            3 cow admitted with a severe road accident


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 odds. We are proud to have you in our family. Thank you for being kind to all these speechless lives.

Calf with severe injuries
Calf with severe injuries

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Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat - India
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Ahmedabad , Gujarat India
$33,768 raised of $40,000 goal
 
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