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
Comb Duck and ducklings released
Comb Duck and ducklings released

Every year during monsoon, we receive a lot of migratory birds with their babies. They often enter the locality for food and shelter, where they face a significant threat from community strays. Residents or various rescue teams often bring them to us, where we keep them until the babies are a little grownup. We take care of their health, nutrition, and habitat during their stay at our facility. Once they are ready, we release them back to the wild.

On 30th August, we released a mother Whistling Duck with her ducklings, a mother Comb Duck with her ducklings, and a Short-toed Snake Eagle into the wild. To experience their joy, check the video links on our social media pages.

We thank you all for helping us save these beautiful creations of mother nature.

Mother comb duck released
Mother comb duck released
Happy mother comb duck with her ducklings
Happy mother comb duck with her ducklings
short toed snake eagle released after recovery
short toed snake eagle released after recovery
short toed snake eagle released in wild
short toed snake eagle released in wild
short toed snake eagle released
short toed snake eagle released
whistling duck release
whistling duck release
mother whistling duck released with her babies
mother whistling duck released with her babies

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We received Keka at Jivdaya with an injury
We received Keka at Jivdaya with an injury

We received ‘Keka’ long after the kite flying festival. This poor soul was unfortunately injured by leftover sharp kite threads accumulated on the trees and had a deep laceration in its left wing.

Our doctors immediately took him to our OPD for treatment and realized the injury was old as the kite string was stuck to the wound and dried up completely, so they decided to opt a surgery. It took Keka a long time to heal under intense care and love. Finally, it was time for him to see the world and meet his friends again after being successfully released in the wild. Let's pray for his good health and long life.

As an animal welfare organization, we request all to remove any leftover kite flying threads from the trees, bushes, grounds, and overhead wires as they cause a lot of innocent lives. Many birds die from sharp glass-coated kite string injuries long after the ‘Kite Flying Festival. If we join our hands, we can save many lives like Keka.

team admitted him promptly
team admitted him promptly
doctor checked the injury
doctor checked the injury
started medication after checking the wound
started medication after checking the wound
Keka undergone a surgery
Keka undergone a surgery
ongoing surgery
ongoing surgery
Keka took a long time to recover
Keka took a long time to recover
Keka released in the wild after complete recovery
Keka released in the wild after complete recovery

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surgery of  intestine due to an accident
surgery of intestine due to an accident

Rainy days and July are when we receive innumerable animals and birds due to Seasonal diseases, Viral & Bacterial Infections, and many other injuries like Maggot wounds, Laceration, Fracture, Dog bites, Spinal injuries, etc.

Our team of Vets and Vet assistants gets engrossed in their work, treating them with the needful medication and giving them aid at their best. Jivdaya Charitable Trust being an Animal Welfare Organization, thanks every person who has helped us to serve and save this mute Animals and birds. Our team did a phenomenal job in July in the Trauma care center for Animals & Birds. We put our hands together for our fantastic team.  

 Here is a summary of our ‘Trauma care Center for Stray Animals & Birds’ project for July’22.

 

 

Total Number of animals treated- 1678

Total Number of Bird treated- 1071

Total Number of ABC (Animal Birth Control) Surgery performed- 30

Total Number of other Surgery performed- 70

 

 

 

 

Thank you for making it all happen.

Bat with  left leg facture
Bat with left leg facture
Cat with a  bite wound
Cat with a bite wound
Cat with a spinal injury
Cat with a spinal injury
Cat with diarrhea
Cat with diarrhea
Cat with severe weakness
Cat with severe weakness
Cat with viral infection
Cat with viral infection
Crow with left leg injury
Crow with left leg injury
surgery for a deep laceration
surgery for a deep laceration
Donkey with a cancerous growth
Donkey with a cancerous growth
surgery
surgery
Ginger Cat with  viral infection
Ginger Cat with viral infection
Goat with head trauma
Goat with head trauma
green pigeon tail feather missing
green pigeon tail feather missing
Head Trauma in a dog
Head Trauma in a dog
Kite with right Wing injury
Kite with right Wing injury
Kite with Wing injury
Kite with Wing injury
monkey with dog bite injury
monkey with dog bite injury
Parvo affected puppy
Parvo affected puppy
peahen with an open wound
peahen with an open wound
Pining Surgery in Dog
Pining Surgery in Dog
Puppy hit by a running vehicle
Puppy hit by a running vehicle
Rose Ringed Parakeet with respiratory problem due
Rose Ringed Parakeet with respiratory problem due
snake eagle with dehydration
snake eagle with dehydration
Squirrel with an open wound
Squirrel with an open wound
Star tortoise with respiratory problem
Star tortoise with respiratory problem
Stitches opened in a dog
Stitches opened in a dog
Surgery for ear hematoma
Surgery for ear hematoma
tailorbird infant with a leg injury
tailorbird infant with a leg injury
Tumor Surgery
Tumor Surgery
white ibis right leg  injury
white ibis right leg injury

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1. Common Cuckoo
1. Common Cuckoo

It is always a great moment for us to experience the joy of freedom from pain when our undertreatment animals & birds get released into the wild after their recovery. On 25th July, Jivdaya released 11 different species after their complete recovery. Our hospital curator always finds a proper habitat for all the species ready for release after the treatment. This time also, our team released them to their respective wild habitats after a lot of research and physical visit to the area. The list of the species is as below:

 

  1. Mottled Wood Owl
  2. Nightjar
  3. Monitor lizard
  4. Button quail
  5. Sand boa
  6. Peacock
  7. Common myna
  8. Common Cuckoo
  9. Red headed bulbul
  10. Eurasian Collared Dove
  11. Rose ringed Parakeet

We would not have been able to save so many lives without your help. We are extremely grateful our donors for their selfless contribution. Come, together we try and give them back a little part of what they do for us, for a balanced ecosystem.

Check the links to feel pure happiness. 

2. common cuckoo release
2. common cuckoo release
common myna release
common myna release
Eurasian Collared Dove release
Eurasian Collared Dove release
Monitor lizard release
Monitor lizard release
Mottled Wood Owl release
Mottled Wood Owl release
nightjar release
nightjar release
parakeet release
parakeet release
1. peacock release
1. peacock release
2. peacock release
2. peacock release
1. sand boa release
1. sand boa release
2. sand boa release
2. sand boa release
3. sand boa release
3. sand boa release
yellow legged button quil released
yellow legged button quil released

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1. workshop on 'Basic Care of Puppies & Kittens'
1. workshop on 'Basic Care of Puppies & Kittens'

 

Jivdaya Charitable Trust conducted Seven workshops on different important topics. These workshops took place between June last week to July last week. We have covered 7 extremely substantial issues that we deal with every day and the remedy. The topic that we have covered are

  1. Basic First Aid for stray Animals & Birds
  2. Heatstroke in animals & Birds
  3. Basic Care for Puppies & Kittens
  4. Basic Dog behavior & Bite Management
  5. Know your Birds & Basic Bird Handling during Summer
  6. Basic Care for Seasonal Diseases in Strays
  7. Basic Cow Care & Treatment for rescuers & feeders

Through these workshops we shared a lot of valuable information, myths & Facts, Dos & Don’ts and many more. All these workshops were conducted by our team of doctors where they have cleared every doubts & queries of our participants with theory and hands on learning. We believe that if we want to improve the wellbeing of these animals & birds, we must educate our people with proper information and training. These workshops are a tiny part of ‘Jivdaya Education & Awareness’ programs which helps us to make this society more compassionate to all speechless lives.

As a token of appreciation Jivdaya presented an appreciation letter to all the participants after completing their workshops just to acknowledge their love for animals & birds and the good work that they are committed to. 

2. workshop on 'Basic Care of Puppies & Kittens'
2. workshop on 'Basic Care of Puppies & Kittens'
1. workshop on basic Bird Handling
1. workshop on basic Bird Handling
2. workshop on basic Bird Handling
2. workshop on basic Bird Handling
3. workshop on basic Bird Handling
3. workshop on basic Bird Handling
1. workshop on basic cow care
1. workshop on basic cow care
2. workshop on basic cow care
2. workshop on basic cow care
3. workshop on basic cow care
3. workshop on basic cow care
4. workshop on basic cow care
4. workshop on basic cow care
5. workshop on basic cow care
5. workshop on basic cow care
1. workshop on Dog Behavior & Bite Management
1. workshop on Dog Behavior & Bite Management
2. workshop on Dog Behavior & Bite Management
2. workshop on Dog Behavior & Bite Management
1. workshop on First Aid for Animals & Birds
1. workshop on First Aid for Animals & Birds
2. workshop on First Aid for Animals & Birds
2. workshop on First Aid for Animals & Birds
1. workshop on heatstroke
1. workshop on heatstroke
2. workshop on First Aid for Animals & Birds
2. workshop on First Aid for Animals & Birds
1. workshop on seasonal diseases in strays
1. workshop on seasonal diseases in strays
2. workshop on seasonal diseases in strays
2. workshop on seasonal diseases in strays

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Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat - India
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