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So small. Discarded. Alone and almost faded away. We rescued beautiful Merry after someone dumped her on the road.
Rescued nearly dead, Major Sahib is almost impossible to recognize after his incredible transformation.
Darling Luna has an untreatable condition called cerebullar hypoplasia. This disease, which she has most likely had from birth, happens because of inadequate development of the part of her brain that controls motor functions.
In 2013 we received a distressed call on our helpline from a foreign traveler who had gone to visit a village about an hour’s drive outside of Udaipur, and in that village she had found an emaciated young dog who was unable to stand or walk lying collapsed on the side of the road.
Kali is the four-legged “manager” (or so all the animals believe) of the cattle and donkey treatment area, where she reigns supreme.
We rescued Honey in 2017 after someone had thrown acid on her back. She had suffered 3rd degree burns over a large part of her back.
We rescued Grace in February 2014 with a piece of wire wrapped through her mouth and bound at the back of her head.
He was named Dobie because he needed to have his tail amputated and when he was just a young puppy we thought that even though he’s a pure Indian street dog, he looked like a Doberman.
On December 8, 2015, we got a call on our helpline to come rescue a little street dog who had been hit by a vehicle and was unable to stand.
Rescued in 2012, Baby Boy is the ambassador of the cow nation. As gentle as a kitten, the boy loves cuddles, kisses, and belly rubs!