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
fruit bat with a broken wing
fruit bat with a broken wing

 

 

Our team was super busy attending cases in our outpatient department in June. Many animals suffer from various seasonal and viral diseases due to the rainy season, and many birds are either injured or orphaned due to the heavy rainfall. We tried and provided our patients the best of our services throughout the month. We couldn’t have come so far without your support. We convey our warm regards to our patrons and a lot of love.

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

 

Total Number of animals treated

1326

Total Number of Bird treated

1050

Total Number of Infant birds treated

475

Total Number of ABC (Animal Birth Control) Surgery performed

47

Total Number of other Surgery performed

60

 

 

 

 

Thank you for making it all happen.

animal birth control surgery
animal birth control surgery
cat with fractured leg
cat with fractured leg
cat with  viral fever
cat with viral fever
cat with a skin infection
cat with a skin infection
check-up for a mother goat
check-up for a mother goat
dog follow-up treatment
dog follow-up treatment
dog surgery
dog surgery
dog with severe ticks in the body
dog with severe ticks in the body
dog with tumor
dog with tumor
horse treatment
horse treatment
juvenile barn owl oral check-up
juvenile barn owl oral check-up
leg fracture
leg fracture
puppy with wound
puppy with wound
sheep with head trauma
sheep with head trauma
vitamins & calcium supplement for a juvenile bird
vitamins & calcium supplement for a juvenile bird
wing injury in cattle egret
wing injury in cattle egret
shikra with a wing injury
shikra with a wing injury

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Sundari,The mother goat with a postpartum prolapse
Sundari,The mother goat with a postpartum prolapse

‘Sundari’ was suffering from a postpartum uterine prolapse after giving birth to her baby. This lovely mother goat was in immense pain, and her local owner did not have many resources to treat her in a veterinary hospital. Finally, they found out about Jivdaya Charitable Trust and brought her to us.

Our doctor treated her with the necessary medication, cleaned the prolapse from all the debris, and repositioned, followed by suturing. Sundari was all ready to play with her baby right after her surgery.

We wish Sundari happy motherhood and pain-free life.

We thank you all for your love and support. Many owners of such domesticated animals do not have the proper resources or earnings to take care of these animals and forget about paid treatment. Jivdaya is an immense help for them. We provide free medical assistance to these animals with your support, so a big thank you to all who silently spread the fragrance of compassion.

Sundari, in a poor condition
Sundari, in a poor condition
doctor is cleaning her prolapse with necessary med
doctor is cleaning her prolapse with necessary med
Doctor is repositioning the prolapse
Doctor is repositioning the prolapse
Suturing process after repositioning the prolapse
Suturing process after repositioning the prolapse
Sundari, was relived from pain after the process
Sundari, was relived from pain after the process
Sundari, after the complete treatment
Sundari, after the complete treatment
Sundari, the goat before & after her treatment
Sundari, the goat before & after her treatment

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time to meet new friends
time to meet new friends

Nothing can brighten your day than a bunch of budding kids with many questions. Their curious minds and astonished faces are a delightful sight.

At Jivdaya Charitable Trust, we believe that if we can make our future generation compassionate and caring, they will take care of our tomorrow. Here at our hospital, we invite all the kids from different schools and age groups to come and experience a different part of life, witness the misery caused to all animals by us, and how to rectify our mistakes by taking care of them.

Recently we arranged a visit from a Kindergarten school, where a group of tiny wonders came to our facility and made our day special. They not only asked questions about all the animals and birds but also overcame their fear by touching and petting them. Before leaving our premises, they have promised that they will take care of all the stray animals and birds and will not cause any harm with their actions. These promises from our next generation made us extremely glad.

If you want to experience some overloaded cuteness, you must click on the links and experience. 

lets make a train
lets make a train
petting session 1
petting session 1
playtime with our furry friend
playtime with our furry friend
out-patient department visit
out-patient department visit
lets go to the bird section
lets go to the bird section
is that a bird?
is that a bird?
little facts about rabbits
little facts about rabbits
petting session 2
petting session 2
Seeing a tortoise for the first time
Seeing a tortoise for the first time
a touch of love
a touch of love
petting session 3
petting session 3
its time for a group photo
its time for a group photo

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treatment at OPD
treatment at OPD

Jivdaya Charitable Trust always wants to share its success with its supporters. Every month of the year is special for us. Every month we get to see different cases, different problems, and different remedies too. All our hard work takes a shape only with all your love and support.

So, here is a summary of our ‘Trauma care Center for Stray Animals & Birds’ project for April’22.

 

Total Number of animals treated

1352

Total Number of Bird treated

1864

Total Number of ABC (Animal Birth Control) Surgery performed

35

Total Number of other Surgery performed

65

 

 

                     

                                        Thank you for making it all happen.

cat treatment at OPD
cat treatment at OPD
doctor is checking the patient at the OPD
doctor is checking the patient at the OPD
our team is giving medication to a kitten
our team is giving medication to a kitten
animal birth control surgery
animal birth control surgery
Oral rehydration through medication
Oral rehydration through medication
bat in extreme weak condition
bat in extreme weak condition
broken wing fixed with a pinning surgery
broken wing fixed with a pinning surgery
care provided by our team members
care provided by our team members
dog bite in peacock
dog bite in peacock
dressing of an old wound
dressing of an old wound
eye infection in parakeet
eye infection in parakeet
fluid therapy
fluid therapy
injectables
injectables
lamb with head trauma
lamb with head trauma
leg amputation surgery
leg amputation surgery
medication through injection
medication through injection
OPD treatment
OPD treatment
open wound on face
open wound on face
oral medication
oral medication
trico test in kite
trico test in kite
wing injury in dove
wing injury in dove
wound cleaning
wound cleaning

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blue under anesthesia
blue under anesthesia

Blue is white-throated kingfisher. These birds are known for their stunning colors and beauty. This feathered friend was searching for a shallow water body in search of food near a highway unaware of the fact that there are speeding vehicles. Unfortunately, Blue was hit by a car. The locals saw blue on the road and immediately contacted nearby rescuers. One of the rescuers took blue straight to our hospital where our doctors found out that Blue’s right-wing was broken due to the collision. Our team promptly took the decision to fix its wing with a pinning surgery.

The surgery was successful and now blue is recovering in our aviary.

These feathered friends are an important part of our ecosystem. We need to conserve them for a better tomorrow. Jivdaya conveys heartfelt thanks to all of you for being a part of this lifesaving journey.

Come, Let’s save them together.

preparing blue for the surgery
preparing blue for the surgery
injectable medication
injectable medication
started the surgery
started the surgery
pinning for fixing the broken wing
pinning for fixing the broken wing
ongoing pinning
ongoing pinning
ongoing surgery
ongoing surgery
final suturing
final suturing
bandaging the wing after surgery
bandaging the wing after surgery
after surgery blue is out of anesthesia
after surgery blue is out of anesthesia

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Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat - India
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