Laxmi at risk

April 1, 2014 | By wildlife@dmin

Laxmi is an elephant that was rescued by Wildlife SOS in July of 2013.  She came to us morbidly obese and with medical issues resulting from years of neglect and mistreatment.  We have worked hard to help Laxmi recover from the many problems that were ailing her.  Some of her medical conditions will never heal.  Now, after Laxmi has adjusted to her new home where she has the freedom she deserves, her owners want her back.  They have found a loophole with the orders to move her to our facility and they are using it to try and get her returned.  We are asking people to help us prevent this by signing our petition.

Here is the link, please sign and share! http://www.change.org/petitions/sri-shivraj-singh-chouhan-prevent-laxmi-from-going-back-to-her-previous-owners

Hers is the link to the story that appeared in the Mumbai Mirror  http://www.mumbaimirror.com/Mumbai/Others/Abused-elephants-owner-seeks-custody-again-activists-fume/articleshow/32803912.cm

 

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