Today we inaugurated our first Desi (indigenous) Cow Goshala in Assam, located near Diphu, Karbi Anglong. The Goshala is run by The Art of Living under SriDhenu trust and our local team is doing a wonderful seva in bringing these pure local breed cows from a place where they were not safe... 😊
A beautiful set up will come up here, with a meditation hall, and organic farming and more... I am already looking forward to come back here and spend time with these lovely cows and our sevaks here... 😊
We are looking forward to create many more such places, and if anyone would like to become a part of such projects or support it, please get in touch through a personal message! 🙏
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Rye was asleep then started hyperventilating like he was gonna puke... he didn’t throw up but breathed like that for 3 minutes... I think he had a puppy panic attack... look at whisky loving him. He literally came to his side and licked his face while I pet his back and repeated it’s ok... it’s ok... it’s ok... now their spooning on the floor... if I ever meet the person who hurt him... #miniwhiskybigworld#miniwhisky#whisky_and_rye#cute#brothers@whisky_n_rye#protectanimals
Valentina has been very ill. It hit her so fast. *
She became alarming in pain, as though she was walking on glass, compulsively vomiting stomach acid refusing to eat & drink water which started by simply vomiting at 4am, which led to hiding under furniture by 11am & emitting a low growl when I attempted to pick her up, her nose became dry & warm. She progressed to open mouthed, short breathing, refused to drink or eat & completely lost her voice. She progressed rapidly having gagged up either nothing or just saliva every hour down to every few minutes. *
I took her to the Emergency Vet at about 11pm & by 8am she was in surgery. *
That was 4 days ago. The Vet took X-rays & ran blood work. It appeared Valentina had a blockage in her large intestines causing a bacteria along with dilation, irritation, severe inflammation & gas.
After cutting her open for an exploratory surgery nothing was found which was good and bad. Either way, the surgery had to be done, as much as I hate it for Valentina. *
She wasn’t responding to antibiotics after the surgery. Her fever was persistent. She would not eat or drink despite appetite stimulants and pain medication for days. Finally, a third antibiotic broke her fever & I had the choice of letting her stay at the Vet in hopes she would finally eat & for observation in case the fever came back last night until today or take her home right away. I opted for the latter. She was so happy, rubbing on everything & everyone as soon as she walked through the door last night. She even let out little meep sounds despite her broken meow. 😻
I’m so relieved to have her home but she’s not out of the woods yet. She keeps wanting to lay outside on the screened patio where it’s 98 degrees today. She’s got an appetite and is drinking water, which is a great sign. *
I’m asking for prayers, good vibes & strength , whatever you can offer, to help Valentina pull through. I can’t mentally process losing Venus, Lucius & Valentina all within 2 years of each other. I just really need her to be strong and recover and could use help in the form of well wishes. Thanks everyone. 🙏 * *
Thank you East Bay Animal Pac for supporting Prop 12 that will help animals in #California!
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Indian star tortoises are at risk of extinction.
Shockingly, our research uncovered that 55,000 Indian star tortoises were taken from the wild in just one Indian trade hub in a single year to be sold as #exoticpets. This cruel trade is one of the biggest threats to their survival.
Indian star tortoises are wildlife. Not pets.
Just found this horrific fact online😱😔🌳Not only are precious trees being destroyed but habitats and eco-systems: animals and plants killed so we can expand our nations. Yes, the world is overpopulated but is there any other ways to deal with the problem instead of cutting down forests for agricultural, industrial and housing use?
Do we really need items like balloons? No, we don't.
Birds, turtles and other animals commonly mistake balloons for food, which can harm or even kill them.
Many animals can become entangled in balloon strings, which can strangle them or hurt their hands and feet !
Think twice before you release the balloons !
Remember , what goes up must come down ! 🌱💚🐢
Credit 📷 @_water3_#noballoons#ecorootslife#protectmarinelife