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Gajraj

Gajraj was rescued in 2017 after nearly 70 years as a temple elephant in Maharashtra. Due to his advanced age and the abuse and neglect he had suffered during his time in captivity, he had numerous ailments including a broken bone in his toe, multiple abscesses and extremely poor foot condition. Initially scared and nervous in his new home at ECCC, Gajraj has slowly begun recovering thanks to our dedicated staff and the care they shower on him. Be a part of his recovery by sponsoring his care.

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Sanjay

Brought to ECCC in February 2017 following an intense emergency rescue operation, Sanjay had spent more than fifty years in abusive captivity being exploited in ceremonies, weddings and processions. Besides suffering from partial blindness, his feet were in a pathetic state with cracked toenails and painfully swollen foot-pads, and he had a fracture in his hind limb that made even the slightest movement extremely agonizing. The cruel treatment meted out to him in captivity was evident from how meek and withdrawn he was around people.
Since his rescue, Sanjay is slowly growing more confident and gradually recovering from his traumatic past, while discovering the joy of nutritious food and people that care about him.
Would you like to support Sanjay’s care and treatment?

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Mohan

Wildlife SOS was able to rescue abused begging elephant Mohan from his captors in 2015, after more than a year of fighting for his freedom. Mohan was emaciated and covered in scars and wounds, as well as partially blind in one of his eyes.
Since his arrival at ECCC, our vets have gotten started on his treatment to get this wonderful bull elephant on the road to recovery. Mohan is enjoying green fodder and fresh fruit, is making friends with other elephants and is gradually learning to trust people.
Sponsoring Mohan will help us give him the better, safer life he truly deserves.

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Rajesh

Rajesh was rescued in 2010 after more than ten years of abuse and neglect as a performing elephant in a circus. He had been severely beaten and tortured, forced to perform unnatural tricks for the amusement of the audience, left chained in unhygienic and painful conditions.
Rajesh was in dire straits when he was rescued, with incredibly weak legs that needed immediate medical attention. He was terrified of people and his fear often translated into aggression. With dedicated veterinary care and lots of patient affection, we’ve managed to restore Rajesh to health, and he is now a much calmer, happier elephant. His legs have healed to the extent that he can go on long walks, when he isn’t spending his time playing in his private pool or munching on fruit.
Help us give this handsome tusker the care he needs and deserves.

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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.
Give Rhea a chance at recovery and a better life by sponsoring her care.

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Suraj

Suraj was living a life of abuse and neglect in a temple in Maharasthra when Wildlife SOS rescued him in December 2015. 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 bull-hook 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).
Safely residing at the Elephant Conservation and Care Centre, Suraj is getting all the pampering he so deserves.
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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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Peanut

In April 2015, Peanut who was 6 years old then, became the youngest elephant to ever be rescued by Wildlife SOS from a circus. This 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 favorite 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 when she was 12 years old, along with 3 other elephants in April 2015 from a circus in Maharashtra, where she was used as performing elephant, 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 a lot of kindness from the patient, caring staff of Wildlife SOS she has been transformed into a happy, trusting elephant. She can always be seen throwing around tyres and playfully chasing after the keepers at ECCC, Mathura.

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Walnut (Wally)

Walnut (Wally)

Walnut aka Wally, was 18 years old when 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 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 foot-pads. He quickly lies down on the ground and waits patiently as Dr.Yaduraj 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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