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Flood-affected Wild Animals Need Your Help

Charity Animal Welfare - Kaziranga Flood

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A wildlife care facility near Kaziranga, Assam, needs funds to feed, shelter and rehabilitate rescued animals

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Wildlife Trust of India

About the Fundraiser

 

The worst floods in a decade have hit Assam. Large parts of the iconic Kaziranga National Park are completely underwater.

 

Thousands of wild animals are suffering, displaced by the floodwaters. Hog deer have been hit by cars in their struggle to reach higher ground. Elephant and rhino calves have been separated from their mothers, orphaned.

They need your help.

 

Our wild rescue teams are working round the clock to help animals in distress. The Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC), our wildlife care facility near Kaziranga is overwhelmed, its animal nurseries overflowing, its resources stretched to the limit.


We need your help.

And you can help. We desperately need funds for animal feed, for milk formula for the babies, for structures to shelter more rescued animals.

 

Help us keep wildlife #ForeverWild. Help us send rescued animals #BackToTheWild.

 


  • Video: The orphaned rhinos get comfortable at CWRC

    by Wildlife Trust of India on September, 23 2016

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  • In Anticipation of World Rhino Day, September 22

    by Wildlife Trust of India on September, 20 2016

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    In anticipation of world rhino day on September 22, a resounding thanks to you all for your support and indeed affection for the eight flood-rescued rhino calves currently being hand-raised at CWRC! They are doing well in the large extended outdoor paddock that was constructed for them and which they were introduced to last month. Being in a natural environment, as opposed to the Large Animal Nursery where they were earlier being housed, is part of the stabilisation process. It helps them to de-stress! Here's a picture by Dr Panjit Basumatary, head veterinarian at CWRC.


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