We were able to help the following critical cases by providing financial aid to their individual rescuers. This was made possible by the support of our generous donor partner, Buddy Care Foundation.
Buddy Care Foundation is a Non-Profit organization based out of New Delhi, which aims to raise funds for different causes. They help bring positive changes in the areas of health, education, environment, cleanliness and animal welfare.
1. Elsa: A bus weighing 16,000 kgs ran over Elsa leaving her jaw crushed and eyes excised. Within a week, she delivered a dead foetus and had to be taken to the vets every single day to induce labour and get all the other foetuses out. All the funds that had originally been raised by the people who rescued her went into taking her to the vet daily and getting countless x-rays to make sure nothing was left behind. She was recovering at Leela’s foundation after the treatment and surgeries performed by Dr. Kharb and Dr. Anand. Her kind rescuers had managed to clear all her medical bills save for one for the eye surgery. They reached out to WEF and we didn't think twice!
Elsa has fully recovered now, and enjoys spending her days lazing out in the sun!
2. Oreo: Oreo was born on the streets of Faridabad. When she was three months old, she had a terrible seizure. Soon after, her front leg got paralysed. Due to the paralysis, she had a hunched back and a tucked abdomen. Dragging her paralysed leg on the rocky roads caused big, open wounds. Soon, she started eating it off because of the neuropathy.
She was kept on medication and her leg was amputated. She was also spayed post recovery.
WEF provided financial assistance to the rescuer to ensure that the amputation and the post-op recovery goes hassle free.
3. Brownie: Brownie had a broken spine and was being treated at Max Vets. He moved to a boarding for life after his treatments as the chances of him walking again without wheels were slim to none.
The bills were racking up but his rescuers ensured Brownie would recover from his sordid past and have a bright future.
WEF assisted Brownie’s rescuers financially to make sure that his treatment and move to the boarding house goes smoothly.
We were touched and wanted to make sure that the kind humans who had opened their hearts to Brownie wouldn't have to struggle to do right by him because good people form the backbone of what we try to do!
4. Saket: Saket was born on the streets and lived with a litter of tiny puppies in a small sheltered gutter. He was rescued and taken to a vet by some good people and was later diagnosed with Shaking Syndrome. He was scared and didn't know what the future would hold for him.
He started getting treatment and soon, both Saket and his family, found some hope! Saket learnt to find joy in the chaos. He never let his condition get in the way of him playing and running around!
WEF stepped in to clear his medical bills so Saket and his family could focus on just getting better!
He has been getting regular treatments now, and is doing much better!
Today, Saket is a supremely loved boy! He loves nap time and treats!
We are proud to be a part of Saket’s story and others like him. We want good people like Saket’s family to know they are not alone and unsupported on their mission to take better care of the animals around them!
5. Dagwood: Dagwood is a male indie puppy who was rescued from a shelter in Gurgaon after images of him missing half his hind leg were circulated.
Dagwood's rescuers got some precautionary tests done at Dr. Shally’s Clinic and his reports were far from good - he was diagnosed with the life threatning Parvovirus. His rescuers reached out to The We Exist Foundation and we provided financial aid towards the mounting medical bills.
After completing his parvovirus treatment, he, unfortunately, contracted a deadly tick virus and got treated for it at a different boarding facility, New Delhi.
We are happy to report that he has now fully recovered and will be leaving to live with his forever family in New York City, USA soon!