When we got a call on our helpline to rescue an injured street dog we found her emaciated and collapsed in a sewage drain. She had a massive wound on the side of her neck infested with maggots and she was too sick to get out of the sewage water she had fallen in. She was utterly hopeless and had we not been able to rescue her just then, she would have certainly died right there in that drain, possibly within just another hour or two. We rushed her back to Animal Aid Unlimited’s shelter and began her intensive treatment which would continue over the next 6 weeks.
One wrᴏte ᴏn YᴏᴜTᴜbe:”It just breaks my heart how many animals they rescue who are on the brink of death…and how those poor animals have quite literally just accepted their fate and lain down so passively to wait for death. They have probably seen so much during their brutal lives on the streets…seen so many of their friends die. They experience so little kindness and so much cruelty on the streets, that when it is their turn to go, they just accept it, never even dreaming that someone will care enough to help. When their rescuers appear from Animal Aid, it must be like angels descending. It is probably the first kindness, compassion, caring, and loving touches they have ever known.
In a country that seems to care so little for the suffering of its animals, these people are true heroes.”
Anᴏther cᴏmmented:”These people have the most wonderful way of treating animals, from the first moment. A blanket for safety, always someone in the car with the animal, all the comforting hands on their body during treatment, the calm, the love. I am avery proud and grateful donator from afar. Don´t have any other connection with India but this organisation just captured my heart.”
A YᴏᴜTᴜber ᴜser said:”I watch animal rescue videos here in United States and see how they use fences, cages, traps etc to capture an animal. But here a good ol blanket is all they need. Love this channel and all the workers 💕”