Help Rescued Animals of Guwahati | Milaap
Help Rescued Animals of Guwahati
of Rs.55,000
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    from Gauhati, Assam

We are a small group of individuals helping street animals of Guwahati by rescuing, giving treatment, doing adoptions, sterilization, etc. We contribute monthly and with the raised money we'll help the animals. We keep the rescued animals in a paid shelter which charges 1550 per animal per week. We had to take a lot of emergency cases last month and as such, we ran off all our funds and now we are in heavy debt. Our animals are still undergoing treatment and we already are in around 25k negative balance and its only the middle of the month. Please help us pay off our debts and complete the treatment of the rescued animals. We will be sharing all the receipts, and update the stories of each of the rescued cases. If you are from Guwahati you can also visit us. Thank you

Some of our cases :

This is Champ. His owners abandoned him when they found out that he has a severe infection in both legs and he needs amputation. We picked him up from an animal graveyard where he was tied with a rope. His legs have been amputated and he is now recovering. His haemoglobin level is also extremely low and he is very weak and frustrated because of the trauma and harassment he has faced. We are hopeful he will be better and happy soon.

This is Sheila. He was suffering from severe mange infection and had multiple deep wounds on her body. She is getting treatment and her mange is almost cured. We spayed her and was planning for release but then again she got infected with warts in her mouth. We are doing her tests and have started her treatment.

These are two of our 5 puppies currently under our care.
We are trying a lot to get them adopted but till now we were not successful. This is Raja. He's with us for the last few months. After a very bad accident, Raja's hind legs became paralyzed. We tried a lot through physiotherapy and infrared therapy but his chances are almost nil. We are planning for a wheelchair but lodging alone takes so much but sparing money for a wheelchair is more like a dream for us. Raja is extremely friendly, wants to run around. We leave him in the open in the plain surface for some time and he moves around. It's painful seeing him struggle.

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