Saturday, February 6, 2016

This week at Rescue TV

Woman Accused of Abusing Dogs Surrenders One to an Animal Shelter.
Dog Katie Salerno
Target: Guardians of Rescue Executive Director, Dori Scofield
Goal: Applaud the Guardians of Rescue for taking one of the dogs reportedly left without adequate shelter during a blizzard in New York
A recent video showed two dogs left outside without adequate protection during a blizzard. The video brought the attention of the media, and also brought the police to the resident’s home. Reports say the resident received a summons with a court date from the police and was threatened with jail time if the dogs’ conditions did not improve. Thanks to strong pressure from animal rights groups and petitions like this on ForceChange, the owner turned one of the dogs over to the Guardians of Rescue.
The animal shelter recently shared a post showing that the more disabled of the dogs, Prince, had been voluntarily surrendered by the owner. Guardians of Rescue also disclosed on their Facebook page that “his cataracts are very bad” and that “[the] old boy is arthritic and fragile.” Posts from the volunteers also indicate that Prince did not get along with the other dog in the home, who is believed to still be living with the owner.
The rescue group has given Prince a full check-up, along with treats and toys to get him settled, while they look for a new home. The shelter warns all interested owners, however, that he will need “a special home to care for his aging body” and encourages those who cannot adopt to donate to help pay for the cost of his care.
Though reports say Egypt still remains with the Brooklyn resident, this petition celebrates at least one win in the struggle to ensure the dogs receive proper care and a good home. Add your name to not only show your support, but help bring awareness to Prince and Egypt’s condition and attract more donations.
Dear Executive Director Scofield,
I write to applaud your organization’s role in improving the welfare of Prince, who was recently surrendered by a Brooklyn resident accused of animal abuse. I know that the winter season is often the busiest for most animal shelters in America due to poor weather conditions, so I thank you for finding the space and resources to care for the dog. It is my understanding that there were other animal shelters involved in and aware of Prince’s situation, but it was you who was able to take the aging dog and provide him with the care he needed.
As you mentioned in your announcement on Facebook, Prince’s fragile health and aging body calls for a very special home to help him readjust and get settled. I know that such a home will be especially hard to find as expenses at this stage of a dog’s life runs high. I hope this petition will generate more awareness and attract donations to help you cover the cost of his care.
Sincerely,
[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Katie Salerno
Rescuers Spotted a Sick Wolf-Hybrid Wandering the Streets of LA and Then Did Something Amazing. In recent years, wolf-hybrids have gained popularity as a trend pet. While these hybrid animals are beautiful, they often require much more responsibility than a typical dog. Wolfdog parents end up overwhelmed and underprepared for the challenges that come along with caring for such active and cunning animals, which leads wolf-hybrids to be surrendered to sanctuaries, or worse … abandoned in the streets. The latter was the case when Hope For Paws received a call about an usual rescue. Rescuers were told that a wolf-hybrid had been spotted walking down the streets of South Central, Los Angeles, looking very sick and disoriented.

Upon hearing the desperate situation, the team raced into action. These amazing volunteers were not only able to rescue this abandoned pup, but also nurse her back to health. Now named Julia, she is well on her way to making an incredible transformation.
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Julia was spotted walking along the streets, looking gravely ill.
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Julia had an old rope tied to her, which indicated that someone owned and neglected her. 
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The team offered Julia treats in the hope of earning her trust.Screen Shot 2016-02-01 at 9.42.52 AM
Skinny and starved, she gently accepted the food.
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Luckily, she allowed rescuers to put a leash on her. Shortly thereafter, she was whisked away to the vet.
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Julia was covered with infected wounds and pus oozed from her skin. Though her coat was thick, Julia was only skin and bones.
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After a bath, Julia was thankful to be dry, resting in her rescuer’s arms.
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She got a full medical evaluation to assess her health.
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And most importantly, got a lot of rest.
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Though she is part wolf, Julia was always careful when taking treats and food from her handlers, grateful for their kindness.
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Soon she started to look like a new dog!
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And feel like one too.
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All this little one needed was care and a lot of love.
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Julia continues to show her appreciation with snuggles. 
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Julia is still in recovery, and it will likely be a while until she is able to be adopted into a loving home. There are many measures that need to be taken when caring for a wolf-hybrid. Many people make the mistake of thinking that wolf-hybrids can be treated just like any other dog, but in reality, there is no way to guarantee that a wolf-hybrid will be more or less like a domesticated animal. Wolfdogs also run the risk of contracting rabies since there is no approved vaccine for wolves or wolf-hybrids.


The good news is that Julia is in the experienced hands of the Hope for Paws team and we are sure she will get the special home she needs. All image source: Eldad Hagar/Flickr

Amazing Rescuers Save Hundreds of Kangaroos, Echidnas, and Other Animals Impacted By Bushfires. In late December of 2015, a man-lit bushfire consumed 5,000 hectares of land — that’s 12,355 acres — in the southern Australian town of Scotsburn, Victoria. Not only did the massive bushfire consume many cars and homes, but it also left thousands of animals, wild and domestic, seriously injured. Once the bushfires were under control, and with the blessing of the Department of Environment, Land, Waters, and Planning, rescue volunteers of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) sprung into action. Along with treating the injured, one of the first steps that rescuers took was to lay out hay and sweet potatoes to feed the many animals who had lost both their food and their homes.
Amazing Rescuers Save Animals Impacted By Australian Bushfires
Eastern grey kangaroos, wallabies, and echidnas are just a few of the helpless victims of the bushfires.
Amazing Rescuers Save Animals Impacted By Australian Bushfires
Hundreds of animals had already perished because of the fires from both injuries and starvation. Without the selflessness of these rescuers, many of the animals would not have survived.
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IFAW states that “We were touched by the overwhelming positive response and assistance from the local community, many of whom had suffered losses themselves.”Amazing Rescuers Save Animals Impacted By Australian Bushfires
They continued to explain how dedicated volunteers were to saving the native wildlife: “We met one man who had lost everything apart from his three cats and was still concerned about the wildlife being fed.”
Amazing Rescuers Save Animals Impacted By Australian Bushfires
IFAW was able to successfully rescue so many animals thanks to the outpouring of support from volunteers.  They’re now happy to report that animals are slowly beginning to return to their homes. In time, we hope that the land will be able to recover so that the native wildlife will be able to thrive there once again.

You can read the full story and learn more about all of the amazing work that IFAW does by visiting their official website. Rescue work isn’t easy, but the success in saving the life of an animal in need is well worth the physical and emotional strain. All image source: International Fund For Animal Welfare/Flickr.

Baby Sea Turtle Rescue.
While boating in the Maldives, the humans bumped into a baby sea turtle in need of a hand, or two. Luckily, they were able to easily free him from the net and toss him back from whence he came.

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Cruel Humans Dyed This Pup Blue and Abandoned Her With Painful Allergic Reaction. Now She’s Finally Getting the Love She Needs! 
Eva is a large white dog who became the unfortunate victim of cruelty when the humans that she loved betrayed her and dyed her blue. It is hard to imagine what would possess anyone to do this to an animal. It is also impossible to tell whether they used hair dye or spray paint to color her beautiful white coat, but either way, the results left poor Ava with an allergic reaction that caused severe itching and made all of her fur to fall out. Afterward, they dumped her, leaving the poor pup sick, discolored, and alone, with no one to look after her.

If not for the good people operating the He’Art of Rescue in Istanbul, Turkey, dogs like Ava would have nowhere to go. But thanks to their lifesaving efforts, this dog and so many others, will get the treatment they need to recover and hopefully go on to find new, forever homes. If you would like to learn more about this organization, you can visit their website here.
Nearly 700 suffering animals were saved from severe neglect in North Carolina, making this the largest companion animal rescue the ASPCA has ever conducted in our entire 150 year history. Our responders are still on the ground and will likely remain there for several months. Your most generous gift will not only help us provide care for these victims, but will also help us give so many more suffering animals a second chance.




More than 340 dogs and 280 cats—as well as horses, pigs and birds—were removed from the sprawling, dilapidated property. In one area, young kittens were so neglected that their fur was matted with feces. Around the corner, a dehydrated dog had nothing to drink but water contaminated by the corpse of a floating rat. It was a nightmare for these animals; their humans had let them down in nearly every possible way.

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Many of you have heard about our record-breaking rescue in North Carolina last week, where nearly 700 animals were saved from severe neglect. Over 100 ASPCA responders removed more than 340 dogs and 280 cats—as well as horses, pigs and birds—from the sprawling, dilapidated property, a self-described “animal sanctuary” in Raeford. It was a heartbreaking scene, but thankfully, these animals are now receiving much-needed attention and care in a secure ASPCA-run facility. View images of the record-breaking raid, as well as our temporary shelter, in the gallery below—and please consider making a donation to support these and other life-saving efforts.
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An ASPCA veterinarian comforts a dog on the scene.
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This sweet dog had a large, untreated open wound on his back.
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ASPCA President & CEO Matt Bershadker cares for a visibly malnourished horse.
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Many young puppies like this one were lacking clean cages or bedding.
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The property owners lived in this home, where several animals were discovered as well.
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This dog, Beatrice, had a dislocated elbow that had gone untreated for far too long.
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Many senior dogs, like this one, had little to no shelter from the elements.
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Young puppies were often paired in cages with little room for comfort or enrichment.
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More than 130 ASPCA responders worked through frigid temperatures, mud and rain to assemble carriers for the removal of animals.
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An ASPCA responder comforts a senior dog who appears to have birthed puppies.
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Many animals, like this one, were living in extremely unsanitary enclosures.
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Without proper enrichment, animals often took to tearing apart the lining of their cages.
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Beatrice receives a much-needed belly rub from an ASPCA responder.
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Many of the animals seemed eager to escape their deplorable surroundings.
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It is likely that this cat had rarely—if ever—been outside of this filthy cage.
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A number of animals seemed under-socialized and fearful of humans.
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Tim Rickey, Vice President of the ASPCA’s Field Investigations & Response team, carries a young pup to safety.
Here, a young cat receives treatment from the ASPCA’s mobile veterinary unit on the scene.
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A puppy gets a check-up from an ASPCA veterinarian.
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700 carriers were needed to remove animals from the crime scene.
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An ASPCA responder cares for a young puppy.
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This dog had been housed in a tiny enclosure in a dark room.
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A kitten stares lovingly into her rescuer’s eyes.
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A dilapidated barn is no place for a horse.
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A responder surveys the ASPCA’s temporary shelter, where nearly 700 rescued animals are now receiving much-needed medical and behavioral care.
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At the ASPCA shelter, the animals seemed visibly happier.
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Here, a young horse enjoys his comfy new pen at the ASPCA shelter.
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A puppy takes a break from his new toy at the ASPCA shelter.
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Responders at the ASPCA shelter prepare over 700 meals.
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A horse receives a medical exam from an ASPCA veterinarian.

Will you help FOUR PAWS save the animals of Gaza's zoos?
improved at all. On the contrary: they are in urgent need of food and medical assistance so they can survive. A FOUR PAWS team will be on the way to Gaza as soon as possible to provide the tigers, lions and other wild animals there with food and fresh water. For the Khan Younis and the Rafah Zoos – two of the seven zoos that still exist in the Gaza strip – we have already gathered food packages that we will distribute to the animals in the next couple of days. But that’s just a drop in the ocean. We need your support in order to help as many animals as possible. We must act now so that the animals survive! Please help us! Donate in £: http://campaign.justgiving.com/charit...

After Years in Labs, These Animals Finally Get the Taste of Freedom.
As animal lovers, it breaks our hearts to hear stories about what dogs, cats, chimps, rabbits, mice, and countless others experience in laboratory testing facilities.

Luckily, there are many individuals and organizations working to put an end to animal testing. This video shows just a few of the animals who have been rescued from labs and follows their reactions to their new-found freedom!

Amazing Woman Hand Raises One-Day-Old Kitten Who Was Abandoned Outside a Grocery Store. Ollie the kitten was found abandoned outside of a grocery store. Without his mother to protect him, the one-day-old kitten would not have survived on his own. Thankfully, a couple found Ollie and brought him to Imgur user CaliCatLady101, who agreed to take on the huge responsibility of raising the newborn. While her original plan was to nurture him until he reached an adoptable age, Ollie and his foster mom formed an unbreakable bond that led her to adopt him permanently.
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On the day of his rescue, Ollie was in surprisingly good health for an abandoned newborn.
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His foster mom provided him with a safe, warm box with cozy towels to sleep on, and a fuzzy toy to cuddle with.
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After a big meal, his belly looked huge! No wonder he needed an equally big nap.
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A young kitten like Ollie would typically keep close to his mother in order to stay warm. To imitate this, his mom would wrap him in a towel like a “purrito” and keep him next to her heart. He was lucky to have such a dedicated foster mom to replace his cat-mama!
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Like any baby, this fuzzy kitten spent a lot of his time snoozing.
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Wee kittens are also very vulnerable to getting sick. This photo shows Ollie, conked out after a tiring visit to the emergency vet to treat dehydration.
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Ollie’s mom calls this one “Favorite Baby Photo.”
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Her friend originally described Ollie as looking like “an alien rat.” Once his eyes opened, all of that changed.
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Ollie’s mom was a busy lady, but she didn’t let that hold her back from giving this kitten the best care in the world. She would keep him purrito’d as she went about her errands.
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Ollie’s sweet personality showed through the “interesting” positions he would fall asleep in after feeding.
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Fostering homeless animals is a great way to help little ones like Ollie if you’re not ready to adopt. But in the case of Ollie and his former foster mom, the bond that they formed was truly special and he ended up as a “foster failure.” We’re so happy that this kitten now has a forever home with the woman who raised him from day one.

If you’d like to foster a kitten who needs some TLC before they move on to their forever home, click here to learn more. All image source: CaliCatLady101/Imgur

This Homeless Cat Walked Up To A Street Musician… And The Most Wonderful Thing Happened.
Life as a street musician can be rewarding, but it can also be tough. The money doesn’t always come flowing in, and if you’re anything like James, you might even struggle to make ends meet.

But all that changed when James found an injured stray cat one day. The cat, who he named Bob, started to recover and come with James to his street shows. And before they knew it, their lives completely changed. James stuck his neck out to rescue him, and now Bob is returning the favor. What an amazing pair! Share this lovely story with your friends who love animals!

No boredom at FOUR PAWS big cat centre TIERART.
In this video you can see what changes when we rescue tigers from private keeping and bring them to one of our big cat centres like this one in TIERART. We create special occupation opportunities so that they don’t get bored and we try to give the animals a life that is as happy as possible. To learn more about our rescue centre in TIERART, click here: http://bit.ly/TIERART-EN

Dog shot by arrow: Lucky pup survives bow & arrow attack that nearly severed her spine.

A stray dog is on the mend after possibly being used as target practice by a creep with a bow and arrow.

Global News reports that a nine-month-old shepherd-husky mix was found in a reserve northeast of Regina, Canada with an arrow through her back.

Rescuers believe the stray dog had been running around in her injured state for a couple of days before being spotted.

She was taken to a clinic in Saskatchewan, where vets performed emergency measures on her wound. An x-ray revealed that the arrow missed the spinal cord by mere millimeters. It also didn't hit the rib cage or any vital organs.

The pooch was quickly dubbed the luckiest dog in the world, given her exceptional luck at beating the odds. She's also been nicknamed Arrow, though it is a bit morbid to be named after the thing that almost killed you.

Arrow is currently still recovering, but with rest and pain meds, she will likely be back on all four paws in no time.

Monkey Who Survived Getting Electrocuted Returns to the Wild Thanks to Rescuers.

When Sparkie the long-tailed macaque leapt from a power line, he never could have imagined the fate that might befall him. Navigating electrical wires is a common occurrence for wild macaques as they’ve learned to adapt to human development. However, because the power line was exposed, when the small monkey made this jump, he was immediately electrocuted, fell into the busy road, and got hit by a moving vehicle. Sparkie laid in the street, unable to move, until villagers called the Officials of the Livestock Department, who in turn, contacted Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand to come to the monkey’s rescue.

Sparkie arrived at Wildlife Rescue Centre in Thailand in pretty bad shape.
The Amazing Recovery of a Macaque Monkey Who Was Electrocuted by a Power Line
Rescuers at the Centre determined his injured leg would need to be amputated if he had any hope at recovery. 
The Amazing Recovery of a Macaque Monkey Who Was Electrocuted by a Power Line
After six months of care and TLC,  it was time finally time for Sparkie to go back to the wild!
The Amazing Recovery of a Macaque Monkey Who Was Electrocuted by a Power Line
According to Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand, rescuers had no hesitations about releasing this resilient macaque back into the wild. We’re glad that, in spite of his grievous injuries, this monkey was able to return to his true home where he can live wild and free! While macaques are typically seen as pests, or captured and sold as pets, the kindhearted humans at the Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand saw Sparkie as an individual deserving of care and respect. It’s thanks to their dedication that Sparkie is alive and well today. You can find the full story of Sparkie’s rescue hereAll image source: Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand/Facebook.

Meet Kevin, the Bear Who Learned to Smile After Being Rescued From Life on a Bile Farm. Kevin the moon bear was once a victim of bear bile farming, an industry that subjects bears to unimaginable cruelty for the sake of extracting and selling their gallbladder fluid. It’s a painful existence that no bear should have to go through, but lucky for Kevin, he was rescued by Animals Asia and now lives at a sanctuary with other rescued bears. Although he might have come to the sanctuary with a great fear of humans,  he is now known as “the smiling bear!”

Meet Kevin, the happiest moon bear in the world!
Meet Kevin, the Bear Who Learned to Smile After Being Rescued From Life on a Bile Farm
You would never know that this bear, described as the “life and soul of the sanctuary” by Animals Asia, was once subject to the horrors of bear bile farming. 
Meet Kevin, the Bear Who Learned to Smile After Being Rescued From Life on a Bile Farm
His caretakers loving say that “everyone needs a Kevin in their life.” This moon bear is the life of every party! 
Meet Kevin, the Bear Who Learned to Smile After Being Rescued From Life on a Bile Farm
He’s also very aware of when he’s being photographed. “Is that a camera I see? Alright, here’s my best Blue Steel!”
Meet Kevin, the Bear Who Learned to Smile After Being Rescued From Life on a Bile Farm
In spite of what he’s faced, Animals Asia says that Kevin is able to find the joy in anything. This sweet moon bear gets to spend the rest of his life in peace, socializing with his fellow bears. We hope that his story and smile can brighten your day in the same way it does for sanctuary volunteers!

If you’d like to learn more about Animals Asia and the amazing work they do, you can visit their website. For more rescue stories, visit their official Facebook page. All image source: Animals Asia/Facebook

Severely Neglected Orphan Lamb Rescued and Given a Second Chance! 

Do you want to hear something so beautiful it’ll make you squeal, Green Monsters? Then look no further than the touching rescue story of Daniel the baby lamb! He was saved from a small sheep farm where, according to Chilean farmed animal sanctuary Santuario Igualdad Interespecie, “they just wanted to kill the animals and sell the meat.”

Daniel’s mother died a few weeks after giving birth to him, and the farm owners initially could not be bothered to care for him themselves. Instead, they “preferred to let him die rather than investing time and resources in his life.” The sweet lamb spent several days without any food, water, or medical care. Just as it seemed certain that he was going to die, one of the farm workers took pity on him and decided to help him find a new home.

When Daniel initially arrived at the sanctuary, he was very nervous and had a huge fear of being left alone. To help him out, his new caretakers accompanied him at all times, until he finally began to feel safe. They said, “Daniel, although very small, is very intelligent and observant, and in less than a day, he already understood that nobody here wants to hurt him. On the contrary, we are doing everything in our power to make him feel calm and happy.”

Have you ever seen a cuter face?
Severely Neglected Lamb Rescued and Given a Second Chance to Live! (PHOTO)
Despite his traumatic past, Daniel has now found a home where he will be loved and respected for the rest of his days. Doesn’t it just make your heart sing? Sadly, the vast majority of animals who are raised by humans to one day be turned into products such as food, wool, or leather will never get the chance to be loved as much as Daniel now is. Chickens, goats, sheep, cows, pigs, and turkeys are all too often seen as nothing more than commodities, only valued by their owners if they are likely to make money for them.

But Santuario Igualdad Interespecie is one of the many sanctuaries and organizations working to change this. To find out more about their work, visit their website or Facebook page. You can make a donation or find out how to help them hereImage Source: Santuario Igualdad Interespecie/Facebook