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

January is the first month of a new year, a new start. Time for celebrating with friends and family, good food, new clothes, the cozy corner where we can spend time with our loved ones. But the scenario is different for our stray animals. Be it the beginning of the year or end of the year, our stray friends go hungry every night, sleep under the sky without any shelter, lose lives to a lot of diseases and injuries. Our hospital was extremely busy during the month of January with all the different cases. But, this was the month of the Kite festival when thousands of birds get injured and lose either their lives or their limbs due to the sharp glass-coated thread called ‘Manja’. We conducted a bird saving campaign every year where we have treated all the injured birds that we have received during the festival.  

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

 

Total Number of animals treated

1928

Total Number of Bird treated

3808

Total Number of Infant birds treated

319

Total Number of ABC (Animal Birth Control) Surgery performed

25

Total Number of other Surgery performed

60

Total number of birds treated during the kite flying festival

4128

 

 

 

You are the special type of person that changes lives. Thank you for taking up the torch and running with it to make this world a better place. With your generous act of giving, we will save a lot of lives that cannot express their pain in words. Thank you for making a difference with your compassion. 

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Jivdaya Charitable Trust started its journey in 2007 and we have come a long way to 2022. It has been 15 years with a lot of ups & downs, good times & bad times. Many people have changed many things have changed but only one thing has never changed, that is our OPD or ‘The Out-Patient Department’. Last 15 years our team is tirelessly serving all the stray animals and birds 7 days in a week and 365 days a year. Even during the most difficult time of the pandemic, we have never closed our gate for all these ailing patients. Today we will discuss our animal out-patient department, the busiest department in our hospital. A team of 2 veterinarians and 3 vet assistants constantly work in this department from morning 10 to evening 6 and attend more than 80 to 100 patients in a day. Many kindhearted animal lovers come with their local stray animals for treatment in our facility. It is not an easy task. But all our supporters made it easy for us. With their love and help, we are growing better day by day; we are serving more today than yesterday. Here is a brief look at our OPD in 2021 given below.

 

 

2021            TOTAL TREATMENT IN OPD

JAN              2294

FEB              2479

MAR             2204

APR             1079

MAY              1225

JUN               1319

JUL               1497

AUG              1580

SEP              1560

OCT              1505

NOV              1453

DEC               1947

 

It says, if you look into an animal’s eyes you can see the soul and will understand their language. Thank you all for looking inside their soul and comprehending their pain. With your understanding and contribution, we are moving on every day and trying to ease their pain.

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Painted Stork is Endemic to India. A large stork with a long yellow bill that curves down at the tip, like that of an Ibis. The adult is primarily white with black striped markings on the wings and bright pink on tertials. They are found in the wetland of the plain of tropical Asia, South of the Himalayas in the Indian subcontinent. They were often seen near water bodies such as wetlands, marshes, and flooded agricultural fields. Breeds in crowded colonies, often with other waterbirds.

We have received Bob’ a painted stork in our facility with a severe left-wing injury due to a sharp kite string. It was the 3rd day of January month, almost 12 days before the kite flying festival though poor Bob was injured due to the kite threads.

Our clinical director checked the deep laceration and decided to perform a surgery. Let us see how bob is healing day by day under our supervision and care.

 

Right now, Bob is recovering rapidly in our Aviary. Hopefully, Bob will touch the sky again within a few days…  we wish all the best to our feathered friend.

‘Jivdaya’ as a team, thank you for your kind heart. As a charitable Trust, we have been operating since 2007 and providing free treatment to all ailing animals & birds in Ahmedabad. We can only complete this colossal work successfully because of your love, support, and kindness. Thank you for always being amazing.

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During cold nights we snuggle into our blankets and jackets, our furry friends on the streets have no option but to suffer through the cold. In such a scenario, imagine the plight of strays on the streets, who often battle with bone-chilling temperature including unexpected winter showers which come with some deadly viral infections.

Also, this is the month of ‘Uttarayan- The Kite flying festival’ when people start flying kite way before the time in Gujarat. Many regional and migrated birds lose their limbs & lives due to the deadly glass-coated kite string.

December is the month when our team starts preparing to face the scariest and most brutal side of the ‘Uttarayan’.

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

 

Total Number of animals treated

1928

Total Number of Bird treated

1313

Total Number of Infant birds treated

2766

Total Number of ABC (Animal Birth Control) Surgery performed

61

Total Number of other Surgery performed

63

 

 

 

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

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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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Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat - India
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