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India's Record-breaking heat - how we are helping to save lives!

From Help Animals India
June 2024

The intense heat continues on the Indian subcontinent, with average daily temperatures soaring into the mid 40Cs (113F). Just days ago, a new all-time heat record of 52.9C (126.1F) was set in Delhi, obliterating the previous record of just 48C, and possibly setting a new heat record for all of India.

water for everybody

Dear friend of India and Nepals animals:

We hope this update finds you well! Alas, the intense heat continues on the Indian subcontinent, with average daily temperatures soaring into the mid 40Cs (113F). Just days ago, a new all-time heat record of 52.9C (126.1F) was set in Delhi, obliterating the previous record of just 48C, and possibly setting a new heat record for all of India.

Air conditioning isn't an option for most people in India, let alone the animals. But what does provide incalculable and sometimes lifesaving relief are the water bowls our grantees and countless volunteers diligently put out and keep refilling for the thirsty animals of the streets.

From Help Animals India grantee: STRAW India, helping even the smallest among us!

The great, soulful domestic water buffaloes you see here were rescued from an overloaded vehicle by our grantee, Raahat for Animals, Dehradun. The buffaloes were on their way to slaughter, which, sadly, is legal in Dehradun. But overloading the buffaloes which endangers their lives on the way to having their lives taken isnt. That was all the excuse the Raahat rescue team (including their dedicated veterinarian, Dr. Uttam Singh Kahlon, pictured here) needed to lawfully transfer the buffaloes from the hands of those who would slaughter them into the loving care of the Raahat sanctuary, where they will eat instead of being eaten for the rest of their lives. The buffaloes will join some 150 other water buffaloes, goats, roosters, pigs, dogs and cats, among other species rescued from slaughter or ritual sacrifice or a vicarious life on the streets with disabilities or other special needs. Thank you so dearly for helping us help Raahat fulfill their compassionate mission.

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Please read the ENTIRE ARTICLE HERE.

sanctuary not slaughter


Posted on All-Creatures.org: June, 2024
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