When we rescued Ryan and Aster from the streets of Haryana, two young innocent victims of Parvo virus, we lived for darkness in days. Their future uncertain and foggy like a winter morning and present painful and gloomy.
Our brave fighters were wet with torment and agony, but one day the sun rose, and we noticed a shift in their energies and gleam in their eyes. They were on the path to recovery and in our hearts, we knew they’d make it.
We decided against releasing them on the roads. It takes humongous amount of patience to coordinate adoptions for our underdogs, Indian Pariahs, but I couldn’t leave them on the streets and expose them again to this uncaring and forgetful world that treated them like they were random blips of energy. For all the suffering they endured to make it, we wanted to give them a reason at the end.
After months of living in a boarding, dealing with rejections and call backs that never happened, they have finally found a home and given a chance at life. Their mother has packed her bag, she’ll be arriving here on the 21st of March and will be flying off to Boston with our two boys on the 31st March!
She’s donating for their transportation expenses but we are still falling short. Please become a part of their journey, gift them second chances and donate whatever bit.
The funds generated will be used in their microchipping, crates, neutering, paperwork, medical certificates, clearing their boarding bills and booking their tickets.