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Help Ernie and Tyra Fly
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  • Sonam

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    Sonam Verma
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    Soonam Verma

    from Delhi

Ernie's story-

Some people never leave an opportunity to show how humans fail animals.
Stories like Ernie’s shows the darkside of humanity. They also show how forgiving animals are.
Ernie was thrown out of a car and was wandering on busy roads trying to save herself from speeding cars and hide herself from territorial dogs.
She was reported to me two days later.
Two days.
Can you imagine what Forty Eight hours can do?

A dog that has never known roads,was all of sudden left alone to face this fucked up world.
A dog who was ill.
A dog who was suffering from skin infection.
I wonder if such people even realise how they would feel if betrayed like this.
When we went to rescue her, she instantly hopped onto our scooty.
I felt tired and done.
That face made me feel full of rage and that same face melted me to the floor.
How much hurt can one take?
She looked at me like someone she had been missing.
We immediately visited the vet and thankfully everything was normal except the mild skin infection she was having. She was prescribed antibiotics and anti allergic medicines.
It took two months for her infection to heal.
Recently we got her vaccinated and sterlised. And she is ready now to go to her forever family.

When Ernie was rescued

Tests done after she was rescued.

Tyra's Story-
Tyra had a rough beginning.
She was little when she lost her mother and someone relocated her to a different territory.
She was found by her foster parents traumatised and getting bullied by a some boisterous kids. They rescued her.
Searched for her family. But failed.
They brought her home and started fostering her till she finds a home.
Its been over 3 months now.
And no one showed interest to adopt her here in India.
A family in Vancouver is interested to adopt and give her a loving home.
Please help her reach there.
Tyra at vets after she was rescued.

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