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Save Taro and Cheetah

My dear Taro and Cheetah need your help. They are two spunky, and fearless street dogs in my locality in a small village of Napaam (where I work) who until two weeks ago were healthy, and running and playing around. It was only when I couldn't find them for two nights that I knew something was wrong. After a search, we found Taro in a ditch, immobile and same with Cheetah who was found on the side of the road the same evening. We tried our best to give them the best treatment for the paralysis which was caused by poison in the Tezpur town nearby, but there was no improvement. That is when we decided to move them to Guwahati Vet Hospital hoping for more hands-on and intensive care.
Taro and Cheetah will now have to continue their treatment for atleast a month. The neurotoxin will take time to flush and the progress (it's there!) is slow. I need your help with meeting the expenses for a month. Please help us get these two beautiful kids to return back to the free-spirited dogs that they were. 
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9th October 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for the support and love.

It's been exactly a month since we brought back Taro and Cheetah to the campus. What a journey it has been for these two. I wanted to be sure that they were getting back to their old selves before I posted a final update on the two. While Taro was back to his old healthier self( i.e avoiding being patted on the head, and running away from us 😆) , I was still apprehensive about Cheetah. Cheetah was not only struggling to gain weight, but had lost most of her spunk and was more subdued than before. It was only last night when I found out that she went and fought with another dog, that I was certain that we finally got our old girl back.

There are so many people that had such huge role to play in their recovery. I want to start with the good folks who informed us about the two when they were missing, the vets in Tezpur and in Khanapara Vet Hospital and the caretakers who worked tirelessly for two street dogs, our autowala who helped us transport these kids daily and waited with us patiently, to my colleagues and friends who accompanied us during their  daily feeding and medication in the campus, to our friends in Guwahati who visited them in the hospital when we couldn't ( you know who you are), to our Instagram friends for your kind words and good energy, to my student volunteers who persisted and without whom this entire thing who have failed and finally the donors, most of you who have never met me or these two monkeys, but so generously gave us your money and love.

THANK YOU!! you make me believe in the possibility of a better world.
 Taro and  Cheetah are back to running, sleeping and exploring the world.



Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for the support and love.

It's been exactly a month since we brought back Taro and Cheetah to the campus. What a journey it has been for these two. I wanted to be sure that they were getting back to their old selves before I posted a final update on the two. While Taro was back to his old healthier self( i.e avoiding being patted on the head, and running away from us 😆) , I was still apprehensive about Cheetah. Cheetah was not only struggling to gain weight, but had lost most of her spunk and was more subdued than before. It was only last night when I found out that she went and fought with another dog, that I was certain that we finally got our old girl back.

There are so many people that had such huge role to play in their recovery. I want to start with the good folks who informed us about the two when they were missing, the vets in Tezpur and in Khanapara Vet Hospital and the caretakers who worked tirelessly for two street dogs, our autowala who helped us transport these kids daily and waited with us patiently, to my colleagues and friends who accompanied us during their  daily feeding and medication in the campus, to our friends in Guwahati who visited them in the hospital when we couldn't ( you know who you are), to our Instagram friends for your kind words and good energy, to my student volunteers who persisted and without whom this entire thing who have failed and finally the donors, most of you who have never met me or these two monkeys, but so generously gave us your money and love.

THANK YOU!! you make me believe in the possibility of a better world.
 Taro and  Cheetah are back to running, sleeping and exploring the world.



30th August 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for the support and love.

Here is an update on Taro and Cheetah:

After two weeks of continuous medical treatment, I'm so happy to share that both Taro and Cheetah are able to stand and walk on their own even if it is for a few minutes! While they are both extremely weak and have become extremely thin, due to heavy medication, they are getting better.

I shall upload a video of them very soon on my Instagram account @straysoftezpur.

Thank you!!!!
Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for the support and love.

Here is an update on Taro and Cheetah:

After two weeks of continuous medical treatment, I'm so happy to share that both Taro and Cheetah are able to stand and walk on their own even if it is for a few minutes! While they are both extremely weak and have become extremely thin, due to heavy medication, they are getting better.

I shall upload a video of them very soon on my Instagram account @straysoftezpur.

Thank you!!!!
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Rs.31,309 raised

Goal: Rs.40,000

Beneficiary: PAMI H info_outline

Supporters (38)

BB
Bandana donated Rs.500

a small contribution

Sandhya
Sandhya donated Rs.2,500

My wishes ❤️

MI
Milaap Impact Partner donated Rs.2,610

Congratulations on successfully receiving more than 15 supporters to your campaign. Hope this support continues and you have a successful fundraiser with us!

A
Anonymous donated Rs.1,000
RH
Rajveer donated Rs.999.41

My best wishes to Cheetah and Taro

RR
RUELLA RAHMAN KHOUND donated Rs.1,000