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Rhea

Rhea worked for nearly fifty three years at a circus, forced to perform unnatural, even painful tricks, to earn her owners some money. She was abused and ill-treated her entire life, and her painfully thin frame, held up by weak legs with cracked toenails and swollen footpads are testament to the abuse she underwent at the circus. Her years of trauma have also left her in a state of significant psychological stress. Rescued by Wildlife SOS in April 2016, Rhea was reunited with her ‘sisters’, Mia & Sita at ECCC, where she is getting all the medical attention and love she needs.
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Suraj

Suraj is a 45 year old bull elephant who was living a life of abuse and neglect in a temple in Maharasthra when Wildlife SOS found out about him. Ironically, Suraj, whose name means ‘sun’ in Hindi, spent nearly all his time restrained by spiked chains in a dark, dank room with little food and water. Years of neglect have led to severely deteriorated health including multiple bullhook wounds, foot rot and a terribly malnourished frame, and this magnificent tusker had even lost his entire left ear (believed to have been torn off when he was poached from the wild as a calf).
Suraj is now safe at the Elephant Conservation and Care Centre, after being rescued by Wildlife SOS in December 2015. Would you like to bring a little sunshine into his life?

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Mia

Mia spent the first 42 years of her life as a performing elephant in a circus, before being rescued by Wildlife SOS in November 2015. Years of overwork, abuse and neglect left this lovely pachyderm with swollen limbs, cracked toenails and painfully damaged footpads and cuticles with severe abscesses. After a lifetime without any proper rest or care, Mia needs lots of dedicated veterinary treatment, regular pedicures, good food and love to recover from her brutal past- would you like to help us give her the life she deserves?

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Sita

Rescued from the circus when she was 56 years old, Sita’s poor condition was testament to her years of mishandling and improper care. Besides a painful, fused joint in her right front limb, as a result of a fracture that was never given a chance to heal, Sita has cracked toenails and damaged footpads with multiple abscesses, resulting in an abnormal gait. We believe Sita hadn’t gotten a chance to get some much needed rest in over a year, adding to her misery. At ECCC, Sita has a chance to ease the stress on her legs by lounging in the pool and through regular pedicures and footcare.
Would you like to help us bring a little joy into Sita’s life?

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Peanut

In April 2015, Peanut became the youngest elephant to ever be rescued by Wildlife SOS from the circus where she had lost her childhood. This 6 year old orphaned baby would never have known the joys of being an elephant if she hadn’t been rescued. Today, Peanut is a delight to watch as she runs around following the other big elephants at the facility, occasionally poking them playfully with her trunk. Peanut is happiest when splashing about in the pool or munching on her favourite snacks.
This innocent baby has her entire life ahead of her, help her overcome her traumatic past.

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Coconut (Coco)

Coconut (Coco)

Rescued along with 3 other elephants in April 2015, from a circus in Maharashtra, where she was used as performing elephant, 12 year old Coco suffered from poor mental & physical health. The day she arrived and for the next couple of days, Coco wasn’t quite sure she’d been rescued, and was still suspicious of everyone, not allowing anyone near her or the baby elephant Peanut, who she protects like a mother.
After being with us for just three months, a lot of kindness from the patient, caring staff of Wildlife SOS have transformed Coco into a happy, trusting elephant. She can always be seen throwing around tyres and playfully chasing after the staff at ECCC, Mathura.

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Walnut (Wally)

Walnut (Wally)

Walnut aka Wally, is an 18 year old male elephant rescued by Wildlife SOS from a circus in Maharashtra in April 2015. When he was not being exploited for the amusement of the circus audience, Wally spent long hours standing in his own filth, restrained painfully by tight ropes around his legs. Currently residing at the Elephant Conservation and Care Center, Mathura along with 14 other elephants, Wally seems to be adjusting very well to his new home. The energetic and playful Wally is also very eager when it comes to the veterinarians checking on his wounds and cracked footpads. He quickly lies down on the ground and waits patiently as Dr. Vibha checks on his wounds while the keepers feed him treats!
Would you like to help us keep alive Wally’s inner child and provide for his medical and general care?

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Macadamia (Mac)

Macadamia (Mac)

Macadamia, fondly known as Mac, is the oldest of the four circus elephants rescued by Wildlife SOS in April 2015. As part of his indoctrination and training to perform in the circus, Mac was beaten and starved, and was forced to live in shockingly unhygienic conditions.
Mac has come a long way since his rescue, and has recovered from much of the trauma he suffered. He eats well, and gets lots of exercise from walking around and playing with his favourite toy- an inflatable tyre. This calm 22 year old pachyderm loves interacting with his neighbouring elephant, Raju, and being fed by the staff at ECCC, Mathura.
Help us provide our nutty elephant with the best possible medical and general care.

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Asha

Asha is a female elephant aged approximately 46 years who had been used for elephant rides in Amber fort, Jaipur all her life. Once injured and unable to climb the steep trudge up the Amber fort she was sold to be a begging elephant. Rescued by Wildlife SOS in Febuary 2015, she is receiving necessary medical treatment for her injuries and foot care for her overgrown foot pads and cracked toenails. There is a lot of stiffness in her legs and our team of veterinarians is working on her arthritis. It’s been over two months since she was rescued and her journey to recovery has been remarkable.

Asha is settling in her new home very quickly and we are committed to helping her recover from the psychological trauma she has been through all these previous years. Would you like to help us provide the very best to Asha

Suzy

Aged approx. 60 years old, Suzy is a blind elephant who was forced to perform in a circus. Subjected to mental torture, continuous chaining and confinement, she was rescued in February 2015 by Wildlife SOS and moved to the Elephant Conservation and Care Center in Mathura safely. After arriving at her new home, she is adjusting to her new environment and being accompanied by our keepers all the time. Suzy is receiving necessary medical treatment for her injuries and foot care for her overgrown foot pads and cracked toe-nails.
Would you like to help us bring back the sparkle and love lost in Suzy’s life?

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