An injured Black-winged Stilt was found by a local kid when it was playing near a playground which was on the side of a water body. The kind-hearted kid then took the bird home where his parents helped him to transport the injured bird to Jivdaya Charitable Trust for treatment and rehabilitation.
The doctors found an open fracture of femur bone near hock joint and loss of muscle mass. As the injury was a little old, our vets did not have any option other than amputate its leg. Our team successfully saved the bird’s life through an hour-long surgery. Now the bird is recovering rapidly and once its recovered, we will shift it to the aviary where the bird will be able to live amongst other birds and a natural environment.
Successful Urolithiasis treatment for a Cat at JCT
By Moumita | Program Director
cat was brought to Jivdaya with pain & discomfort
We recently received a cat with extreme discomfort and distress, the signs were frequently vomiting and blood in the urine. After an USG doctor found out that the cat is suffering from Urolithiasis, which means calculi or stone formation in the urinary track which was removed surgically by our skilled vets. The cat came out of the anaesthetic effect at that very night and shown remarkable recovery from the next day.
The cat's owners expressed immense gratitude to Jivdaya for relieving their pet's pain and discomfort. This case highlights our commitment to compassionate and effective animal care, ensuring pets' well-being. We wish the cat a swift recovery and remain dedicated to helping animals in need.
A rose-ringed parakeet was rescued and admitted to Jivdaya Charitable Trust with the swelling and inflammation of mucous membrane that covers the eyeballs and lines the eyelids. The poor bird was in tremendous pain and its eyes were extremely sensitive to the light. Our Avian experts immediately started treatment to relieve the pain. After the cleaning, checking the eye condition and medication the bird started showing progress. Now the beautiful bird is under our team’s supervision and recovering rapidly.
Thank you all for contributing to our work. With your help many birds like this parakeet recovered and had a second chance in life.
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