Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds

by Jivdaya Charitable Trust
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Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds
Trauma Care Centre for Stray Animals and Birds

We often receive dogs wrapped in tar during the winter season. This is a common sight in winter that dogs are sleeping peacefully just beside newly constructed roads in search of a little warmth. The same thing happened with ‘Lucky’ when he fell asleep near a drum of fresh tar. After completing their work labors left the construction site without noticing lucky sleeping near the place where they emptied the leftover tar. In the morning when Lucky woke up, his body was covered with hard tar. When he tried to get rid of the tar his skin started coming off as the tar was completely glued with his skin. One of the labors from the same site saw lucky in immense pain and took him immediately to Jivdaya. Here our team started the process of removing the layer of thick tar by applying baby oil all over his body along with proper medication and nutrition. But the process was lengthy and time taking. It took several days to remove the stubborn tar completely. Finally, the day has come when young Lucky sent back to his home after recovering completely. Friends, this winter let’s put our old rugs, bedsheets, cardboard boxes outside our home where these poor fellows can come and take a shelter during the cold night. Our one small act of kindness can help them stay safe in every season. Thank you for your thoughtful contribution

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This is the month of Christmas. It is a merry time for us but not so merry time for our stray animals & birds. When we enjoy the warmth of our blanket these poor souls starve and shiver at night. Not only that this is a season for a few deadly viruses which claim many stray lives. Also, Due to the ‘Kite flying’ festival many regional and migrated birds lose their lives. November is probably one of the busiest months in the year where our team of vets & vets assistants works hard to save many precious lives. 

Here is a summary of our ‘Trauma care Center for Stray Animals & Birds’ project for November’21.

 

Total Number of animals treated-1466

Total Number of Bird treated-1313

Total Number of Infant birds treated-2766

Total Number of ABC (Animal Birth Control) Surgery performed-26

Total Number of other Surgery performed-62

 

We thank you all for your kind contribution which helped us saving many lives. Friends, your kindness is our strength.

 

 

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Dehydration can pose a definite risk to the birds. There could be various reasons for dehydration, but the most common causes are aspergillus, Chlamydia, liver & renal diseases, and lead or zinc poison. A dehydrated bird will show the symptoms like lethargy, weakness, reduced skin elasticity, etc. Treatment and rehydration at the right time can save the bird’s life.

 ‘Barney’ an Indian black kite was rescued at night by a local when it almost lost its consciousness and was severely weak found under a tree. The local rescuer took barney straight to our hospital for treatment. Upon checking Barney, doctors found severe dehydration which caused Barney to faint. Our team started all the procedures to rehydrate Barney. After 5 days, Barney set free in the sky as he was completely recovered. Barney once again flew high with the other fellows in his natural habitat.

Friends, our city does not have any natural water sources. This is extremely difficult for these wild birds to quench their thirst. This is our duty to keep food and water accessible for them as most of them are dependent on us completely. So please, come forward and join your hands to keep these avian lives safe.

Thank you for your support which help us saving precious lives like ‘Barney’. Your kindness is our treasure. So, keep spreading love and keep saving lives with us.     

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Haze, A baby blue bull attacked by a pack of dogs.

Haze, the baby blue bull rescued from a pack of dogs with multiple dog bite injury. Due to deforestation these poor animals are losing their natural habitat day by day and entering the city. If you look around everywhere you can see tall buildings, shopping malls and whatnot where they used to stay. Our city has many stray dogs who dedicatedly protect their areas and, in this scenario, the territorial fight is obvious. This poor baby was unaware of all the facts and unfortunately became a victim of the sad incident. When we received Haze, he was bleeding profusely. Our doctors and team started treating him immediately and stopped the bleeding followed by medication and treatment. After a month-long treatment let us see how Haze is doing. Friends, this is the time when we should take some action against deforestation and snatching the natural environment from these beautiful creations of Mother Nature. If we lose them, we will lose our race rapidly. Please come forward to save Haze and many more lives to secure our existence If you like our work, please give it a big thumbs up and share to spread the word.

Thank you for your support which helps us save precious lives like ‘Haze’. Your kindness is our treasure. So, keep spreading love and keep saving lives with us.     

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  'Pepsi' lost her mother one year back when she was only a few days old. Some good soul rescued and brought her to Jivdaya. Here she was nurtured by our team, but Jivdaya Charitable Trust is a hospital where we could not keep her for long. We started finding a permanent home for her.

One fine day Anushka visited Jivdaya with her mom and they fell in love with Pepsi the moment they took her in their lap. There was no looking back…. Pepsi found her home and a loving family where she is growing up beautifully. Today she has completed one year and celebrated her birthday with everyone. In Jivdaya Charitable Trust we always encourage everyone to adopt a pet rather than buy one. The more you adopt, the more these homeless babies get their permanent home and beautiful life just like our cute ‘Pepsi’. Come, step forward and adopt a stray. Bring a bundle of joy and unconditional love to your life.

Friends, we need your support, love, and prayer to heal these lives. Heartfelt gratitude for your continuous support. Together, we will succeed in creating a pain-free fear-free life for the speechless. Please share our story as much as you can so we get more and more helping hands. Thank you once again for becoming a part of the Jivdaya family.  

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Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat - India
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