@pratimd Antibiotics and pain medications are being given as well.
Update 2/2: Moti's foot wounds are cleaned daily with a natural antiseptic solution of neem and ...turmeric. Then medication is applied to reduce the inflammation and the exposed foot ulcer is covered. Supplements like amino acids and energy supplements are also being given.
Moti Update 1/2: Many have asked if his detached footpad can be fixed. Eventually, the vets can ...remove the detached part but Moti is not ready for this yet because this would increase sensitivity/pain in the area and expose him to even more infection which we want to avoid now.
Every year on January 26, citizens of #India mark #RepublicDay to commemorate the coming of effect ...of the Constitution of India. Today, team #WildlifeSOS wishes everyone a very Happy Republic Day. We thank the bravehearts who fought for the freedom of our country.
@alerim10 We are trying to determine if he has a fracture in his right leg but x-rays are not clear... due to the swelling. We don't know how he came to be in this state other than his injuries and infections have been left untreated. Our team was called only after he collapsed.
Update 2/2: Many of you have asked when we will try and get him on his feet again. It is a ...difficult predicament our team is evaluating daily. He needs to stand but getting him on his feet takes a lot out of him and can result in further injury if he is too weak to attempt it.
Moti Update 1/2: Moti's appetite continues to improve- he is up to 78kg of food! Also another 1 ...inch reduction of the severe swelling in his right front leg.
Photo: Our veterinarian is using laser therapy to help reduce both pain, inflammation and to promote tissue healing.
Moti Update 2/2: Still unable to get clear x-rays of his inflamed leg but encouraged by a 1 inch ...reduction in swelling in that area. His prognosis is still guarded but he is showing a strong will to try.
Please consider a donation to help us help him:
Moti Update: Moti showed the most progress in terms of his appetite today. He ate about 25 kgs of... sugarcane and 25 kgs of fruit. It is far from what an elephant his size would normally consume in a day. However, we are thrilled to see his appetite increasing. Go Moti Go!
Update 2/2: There are still a lot of unknowns about his situation and we cannot tell if he will be ...able to make a recovery. We are committed to stay by his side and continue to give him comfort and love as we work to get him stronger. To support his care: http://bit.ly/3iYP7B6
Moti Update 1/2: Today our team was able to get Moti standing with the use of a crane. ...Unfortunately, due to the extreme swelling, they were unable get an x-ray of his right front leg. He has had water on his own and appetite has improved.
He is now lying down for the night.
What we are seeing is that his foot pad has torn away from the base of his foot and ...the excruciating pain he was experiencing likely caused him to collapse. However, we are still trying to get x-rays to understand what underlying skeletal issues he is having.
Please #RefusetoRide and help reduce the demand for captive elephants. Let's end the abuse and ...neglect! Sign and Share: https://action.wildlifesos.org/page/74446/action/1
Our medical team is on site and providing pain medication, fluids and nutritious food for Moti, a ...35 year old bull elephant in critical condition with a torn footpad and severely swollen legs. We need to get him standing to get him to the elephant hospital. 🙏😢
Odum, the 22-year-old #Slothbear, is still as curious and playful as a young bear can be! For the ...major part of the day, he enjoys exploring #enrichment items. He spends hours playing with the braid feeders and it's next to impossible to separate them from him!
At #WildlifeSOS, Kalpana receives fresh fruits and vegetables that are carefully sliced for her by ...her caregiver, a soft mud bed upon which she can sleep at night and warm oil massages for her aching limbs. All thanks to your support!
Stay warm and cosy with our new unisex #animal print #hoodies this ...season.
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“I feel incredibly fortunate to have experienced so much, connected with so ...many lives and been able to make a difference, no matter how small it may seem,” says Geeta Seshamani.
The eco-friendly #bear #kitchen at BBRC uses briquette stocks to cook #porridge for the bears. With... the help of solar panels, #sustainable sources of #energy are used to power the facility. If you would like to visit BBRC, contact us at email@example.com
In a shocking incident of human-wildlife conflict, a #leopard wandered into a house in ...#UttarPradesh. A family of three immediately locked themselves in the kitchen and called the neighbours. #WildlifeSOS team along with the Forest Department rushed to #rescue the big #cat
To support our efforts to help #wildlife in distress please visit: ...https://give.wildlifesos.org/page/16138/donate/1
Rescued a barn owl, in coordination with #DelhiPolice. Grateful to the kind police officers who ...brought the injured bird to #WildlifeSOS. #bird is currently under #treatment & care, to be released once it recovers. JAI HIND 🇮🇳
Each rescue that #WildlifeSOS conducts is unique and comes with its own challenges. In a recent ...incident, our team along with the #UttarPradesh FD rushed to the rescue of a Striped #Hyena, which was trapped in a narrow culvert after being chased by panic-stricken villagers.
A Himalayan brown bear that was rescued by the forest department and our team from a human-bear ...conflict is our beloved Sebastian! At the Dachigam Rescue Center, he receives regular medical treatment, nutritious and healthy meals, and utmost love and attention from his caregiver!
@katie_snapp Laxmi is at the Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in Uttar Pradesh, ...India.
Laxmi is an #elephant with a very unique personality and background. The #elephant care team has ...found creative ways to get her to exercise by using healthy, but tasty foods as a reward. You can watch the video to know more about her daily routine!
It was a shocking sight for residents of a village in #UttarPradesh when they discovered 298 live ...#turtles stuffed inside gunny bags in a mustard field. The turtles were seized by the #Forest Department and transferred to the #WildlifeSOS facility for #medical observation
You might recall that the previous #winter was harsh on Nina's health due to her feeble condition. ...Our team is doing their best to keep her #safe - from jumbo jacket and halogen lamp to tarpaulin sheets and medicines. Her caregiver stays with her 24/7 to tend to her needs.
During winters, the landscape of #Mathura transforms from its lush greens to a pale yellow; with ...dried #trees littering ECCC. Bijli, Chanchal and Laxmi continue to go on their daily walks, though their evening walks begin a little earlier than the usual summer timings.
#WildlifeSOS and #Maharashtra FD rushed to extricate the approximately 9-10-year-old female ...#leopard stuck in a Banyan #tree. Our veterinarian carefully tranquillised the big #cat and transferred into a transport cage. The leopard is currently under observation and treatment.
How do #birds prepare for #winter?
- They trap air under their feathers.
- Birds... form flocks.
- Many conserve body heat by standing on one leg.
- Some even hide food to retrieve and eat later.
- Many migrate to warmer regions.
The #Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) #Mumbai, #Gujarat... #Forest Department, and the #WildlifeSOS-GSPCA team recently seized two #rhino horns and five #elephant ivory artefacts from a local shop in #Vadodara
A local farmer from Pimpalgaon Joga village in #Maharashtra recently came face-to-face with a ...#leopard in his agricultural field. #Forest Department and #WildlifeSOS rushed to the location and successfully rescued the big cat.
Many #elephants like Raju suffer from injuries on their tails. However, the ongoing treatments have... helped to improve his overall #health, and he is now able to play with enrichments, eat a generous supply of sugarcane and sleep on soft mud beds.
Join us for a candid panel discussion with the research team of the Himalayan Brown Bear survey! We... go over the obstacles of conducting a study in #Kashmir and give you a glimpse into the changing behaviors of the #bears
Lakshmi, infamously known as “India’s skinniest #elephant” arrived at #WildlifeSOS on the 1st... of Jan 2021. Our #veterinary team worked night and day to ensure her improvement, and to prepare her for the #winters
Watch the full video to know more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfXqZf3WitQ
With a name that is derived from the Hindi word for "sun", he... definitely brings sunshine into our life! He displays empathy towards animals like birds and squirrels that enter his enclosure to drink water from his water trough.
An Asiatic Black bear, Julie was rescued by #WildlifeSOS in 2007 from #Kashmir, where she was left ...orphaned after her mother died in a retaliatory killing incident. Ever since, she has been a crucial member of our family at the #Dachigam #Bear #Rescue Centre.
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The residents of Chakan town in #Maharashtra were sent into a frenzy by a #leopard that made itself... at home inside a chawl (slum settlement). Found sitting in a narrow passage, the big #cat was rescued in a 2-hour-long operation by the #Forest Department and #WildlifeSOS
During sunny afternoons, Chitra preoccupies herself with the strategically placed #enrichment items... throughout her field. Our caregivers have made special arrangements for arthritic Sloth #bears by setting up enrichments that are not too strenuous for her.
We are looking for a PR Associate, #Press Officer, #ContentWriter, ...Graphic #Designer, and E-commerce Manager to join our mission in protecting India's #wildlife. If you think you fit the bill for the role, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wishing you all the joys and happiness this season, and much more in the coming years. The staff ...and animals at #WildlifeSOS could not have made it so far without you. We thank you for bringing sunshine into the lives of our rescued #animals
As people from all across the world celebrate the ...#holiday season, we at #WildlifeSOS also have a mini surprise for our #animals. All hands are on deck as our staff prepares exciting enrichments for our #elephants, #leopards and #bears
Amongst the lush vegetation of the Treatment Unit at ECCC, we spot an #adventurer - Peanut! She ...loves to be out in the #fresh landscape, foraging and investigating different smells. We often catch the #elephant reaching out the tallest branch and grabbing onto the best bits.
To understand #ecology of Himalayan Brown #bear, #WildlifeSOS under the aegis of the ...#JammuAndKashmir #Wildlife Protection Department carried out a survey. Scat analysis found 75% of food items to be scavenged from garbage.
Read more here: https://wildlifesos.org/chronological-news/wildlife-sos-releases-findings-from-revolutionary-survey-of-himalayan-brown-bears/
Increasing human footprints in their habitat have pushed the Himalayan brown bears to lower areas ...where they depend solely on thrash and leftovers for food and not on their instincts to hunt. Watch this film by @WildlifeSOS.
In a place where even a bear can relish biryani and chocolates, who will die of starvation? ...😁😁
Here are some pictures accompanying the press release @WildlifeSOS #Bears yesterday out of sync ...with this #Greenwashing rhetoric - "In a historic UN #biodiversity agreement, over 190 countries agreed in Montreal on Monday to protect 30% of the #planet by 2030" #nature https://twitter.com/protectwildlife/status/1604825797076082689
We brought Holly to ECCC towards the end of 2018. Aged almost 60 years, with inflamed joints, ...infected wounds, loss of vision and an emaciated body - we knew that her #healing won't be the easiest. Despite it all, Holly pushed through and grew accustomed to her new surroundings.
To enhance the care provided to our rehabilitated animals, the #WildlifeSOS care staff designs and ...installs numerous enrichments for them. These motivate the #animals to use their senses and hone their behavioural, physical, social, as well as cognitive skills.
Vitthal has been with us for 13 years — breaking stereotypes about male #leopard friendships and ...making strides in his recovery despite losing a paw to a snare trap. He now scales #trees with ease and sits atop his platform enrichment to enjoy a soak in the sun.
- Jumbo jackets protect elephants from chilly winters.
- ...Enclosures are covered with tarpaulin sheets.
- Elephants are given warm oil massages.
- Diet is modified, which boosts their immunity and maintains core strength.
🐍 It is found across the Indian Subcontinent. ...🐍 It is often confused to have two mouths.
🐍 It is an excellent sand burrower.
🐍 It constricts its prey.
🐍 When threatened, it coils up to strike and may cause painful bites.
Locals of Shiroli village in #Maharashtra spotted a #leopard cub in a harvested #sugarcane field. ...They alerted the Forest Department and the #WildlifeSOS team. In a heartwarming reunion process caught on our camera traps, the 45-day-old cub was returned to the care of its #mother
To keep #Odum active, the bear care staff builds interesting #enrichment structures. Odum enjoys ...playing with tyres, braid feeders, and honey-laced logs. He is extremely fond of sweet treats like #honey and #peanutbutter, especially when they're smeared on the enrichment items!
Recently, a male leopard estimated to be 6 to 8 years old was spotted feeding on livestock in a ...#village in #Maharashtra. The #WildlifeSOS team travelled over 180 kilometres to assist the #forest department in rescuing the #leopard and preventing any #conflict.
One year ago, we set out on a voyage to help Ginger, and thanks to the support of the Forest ...Department as well as supporters across the globe, we were finally able to provide Ginger with the treatment that she needs.
An Indian leopard was trapped in a nearly 30-foot-deep well in #Maharashtra
FD and #WildlifeSOS ...rushed to the location and lowered a trap cage to rescue the #leopard. Upon conducting a #medical examination, the #animal was deemed fit and released into a neighbouring #forest
#DidYouKnow #Leopard tongues are covered with tiny barbs or hooks, giving a ...rough texture. These microscopic projections extend towards the cat's throat, and help them groom. These rasps also help leopards tear the flesh off the bones from their #prey.
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We are hoping for a miracle that he will be able to stand today, it has been 3 long days since he was able to get up for a little bit. If he can stand, even briefly, then the vet team can try to get an x-ray of that right swollen leg.
Several of you have asked if he has bruises on his right leg. That is actually hot fomentation that is being used on that area. So we can happily report that the discoloration you see is not from an injury.
On behalf of Moti, please continue to spread the Refuse to Ride elephants message and sign our petition. We are doing regular updates so please check back for Moti's latest medical status. Thank you again for your kind support!...
We know everybody has been waiting to hear if Moti was able to stand today. Sadly, he just didn't have the strength to do it today. He was able to sit up enough for the team to at least freshen the mud bed below him and have a look at the skin on the side he is lying on. We've been worried about him developing pressure sores on that side from remaining in one position for awhile and it is confirmed that he is starting to develop them. Tomorrow he will be repositioned on his other side.
Moti drank about 40 liters of water. He is also receiving fluids through an IV.
He is continuing to show daily progress with the inflammation in his right leg. There was a reduction of another inch in the last 24 hours. For those of you who are just joining us in following Moti's story, that is a reduction of 3 inches in the last 72 hours.
Although his prognosis is very serious and he faces an uncertain outcome, we continue to stay by his side and provide him with love, care and affection. These are all the things he has been deprived of in his life. We are grateful to you for your compassion for Moti and for standing with us in our efforts to save him!...
Moti's appetite continues to improve. Yesterday he ate 50 Kg of food. Today he ate 10 kg of papaya, 8 kg of bananas, 10kg of apples and 50 kg of sugarcane. This is probably more information then you want to know...but todays total was 78 kg of food. His appetite has been steadily increasing.
There was another reduction of 1 inch of inflammation in his right front leg. In the last 48 hours the inflammation has been subsiding a little bit each day. In this photo you can see one of the treatments he is getting.
This is a portable laser machine and it is being used to help reduce both pain and inflammation. It is also being used to promote tissue healing.
Many of you have asked when we will try and get him on his feet again. It is a difficult predicament. He certainly needs to stand. But getting him on his feet takes a lot out of him and can result in further injury if he is too weak to attempt it. It is our hope that he will be up to it tomorrow. It is now the night in India.
Although his situation remains very serious, we are encouraged by the progress we are seeing with him. Thank you for all your wonderful words of encouragement, it is comforting to know that we are not in this alone! Go Moti Go!
Please find the link in our bio if you wish to contribute to his care!...
Every year on January 26, citizens of India mark Republic Day to commemorate the coming of effect of the Constitution of India. Today, team Wildlife SOS wishes everyone a very Happy Republic Day. We thank the bravehearts who fought for the freedom of our country and put much thought into creating a democratic constitution.
Thanks to their efforts, we are now a free and sovereign people that can take steps to conserve India’s wildlife and fight to protect our rich heritage, biodiversity and nature. Let us all pledge to educate ourselves so that we can work towards a brighter future for wildlife conservation in India.
Here's a glimpse of the Founder's Trip organised by Wildlife SOS where a group of individuals from across the globe were taken on a unique tour of India - from visiting the Wildlife SOS' elephant and bear centres in Uttar Pradesh and learning about their rescue and rehabilitation to exploring Rajasthan's habitat, bird diversity, and tigers!
This World Tourism Day, let's pledge to engage in sustainable and ethical tourism practices. You can support the efforts of Wildlife SOS by signing our 'Refuse to Ride' petition at the link in our bio!
When our team first arrived a few days ago, Moti hadn't been eating. Today he showed the most progress in terms of his appetite. He ate about 25 kgs of sugarcane and 25 kgs of fruit. It is far from what a normal elephant his size would normally consume in a day. However, we are thrilled to see his appetite increasing. Go Moti Go!
We still don't know the extent of his injuries because we are unable to get clear x-rays of his inflamed leg. That said, the vet team felt encouraged to see a reduction in swelling in that area. Regular circumference measurements show a reduction of an inch. We are staying with him and giving him medicine, treatments, food and of course love. His prognosis is still guarded but he is showing a strong will to try.
Please consider a donation to help us provide him with everything he needs. Kindly find the link in our bio. Thank you!...
Today our team was able to get Moti standing with the use of a crane. We would like to believe that he could hear all of us around the world cheering "Go Moti Go" as he got to his feet.
While up, the vets attempted to get an x-ray of his right front leg (elbow region) that has been so swollen. Unfortunately, because of the extreme swelling, we were unable to do so. He is also (understandably) unable to bear weight on his left leg where he has the torn foot pad. We can also report that he is now drinking water on his own and his appetite has improved. He is now lying down for the night.
There is still a lot we do not know about his situation and we can not tell if he will be able to make a recovery. But we are able to make him more comfortable and give him love as we work with him to get stronger. We are committed to staying by his side.
Please consider a donation to support our around the clock effort to help Moti. Kindly find the link in our bio! Thank you....
Many of you have asked what happened to him. What we are seeing is that his foot pad has torn away from the base of his foot and the excruciating pain he was experiencing likely caused him to collapse. However, we are still trying to get x-rays to understand what underlying skeletal issues he is having as well.
Foot problems tend to be the biggest problems we see with captive elephants. They are forced to walk on hot tarmac roads. Walking on roads often leads to foreign objects like glass getting embedded in their feet. It also can create burns from the hot surfaces. We ask you to spread the message to 'Refuse to Ride Elephants'. We will continue to update you on Moti's progress. We hope to get images of his most involved leg today....
Moti Update: Moti wasn't eating because of the intense pain that he was in. We were able to make a special mixture for him of soft cooked grain and he has started to eat a little.
He still isn't able to stand and because of his leg position, we are still not able to get the x-rays we need to determine what the situation is with potential fractures. We have been giving him strong pain medicine and antibiotics. His prognosis is still guarded. We hope we can get him standing and strong enough to bring him back to the hospital! Please check back for updates.
Meanwhile, please spread the message of 'Refuse to Ride' elephants!...
The vets have started to evaluate him. He has been fast asleep, so some of the diagnostics like x-rays will be postponed until later. Many of you have commented on his feet and the vets evaluation confirms some serious problems. The foot pad is separating from the foot base (see photo) and there is severe avulsion on the right 3rd and 4th toenail. There is likely a fracture as well but until they can use the portable x-ray, the location and the extent of the fracture are unknown. Blood tests show kidney and liver function are compromised. By the end of the day we will have a better idea if it is possible to move him. We will keep you updated.
People are asking us what you can do... please remind people to 'Refuse to Ride Elephants'. Kindly find the link in our bio. Thank you!...
This is Moti. He is a 35 year old bull elephant that we have dispatched our medical team to go evaluate. He is several hours away from our center. If they feel that they can get him on his feet, then we will be sending the ambulance to bring him to the Wildlife SOS hospital for emergency care. We'll keep you updated on what his prognosis is. If anybody can help him, we have confidence our team can. We will update you soon!...
Odum, the 22-year-old Sloth bear, is still as curious and playful as a young bear can be! One can usually find him digging up mud pits and foraging for ants and termites in his field at the Bannerghatta Bear Rescue Centre (BBRC). For the major part of the day, he enjoys exploring various enrichment items. His caregiver has diligently adorned his enclosure with engaging enrichments such as braid feeders and swings.
Due to Odum’s altered growth, the caregiver makes sure he hangs structural enrichments in a way which will suit the bear’s needs. They are often filled with treats such as dates and peanuts or smeared with a generous quantity of honey and peanut butter. Odum can spend hours sitting and playing with the braid feeders hanging from the trees, and it's next to impossible to separate them from him!
#FridayFacts Here's all you need to know about Russell's Kukri Snake!
🐍 The Russell's Kukri snake or the Streaked Kukri is a nonvenomous colubrid found in parts of the Indian peninsular.
🐍 The dorsal scales of this snake are brownish in colour, with various patterns of streaks spreading from head to tail.
🐍 Its diet mainly consists of other reptiles' eggs and small lizards and insects.
🐍 The Kukri snake gets its name from its curved teeth which resemble a kukri knife, which it uses to slit open eggs.
🐍 Over the years, Wildlife SOS has rescued several Kukri snakes from urban spaces.
Kalpana spent most of her life on the streets of Uttar Pradesh, walking on blazing tarmac roads and giving blessings to passers-by. In 2019, when the elephant care team at Wildlife SOS first set their eyes on her, she was diagnosed to be completely blind in the right eye, and suffering from various toenail and footpad abscesses.
As of 2023, Kalpana has been able to experience many new things. She receives fresh fruits and vegetables that are carefully sliced for her by her caregiver, a soft mud bed upon which she can sleep at night and warm oil massages for her aching limbs. This has been possible thanks to the support of many kindhearted individuals who continuously campaigned for her well-being. If you would like to support Kalpana on her journey, consider becoming a monthly sponsor.
The eco-friendly bear kitchen at ABRF uses briquette stocks to cook porridge for the bears. Made using vegetable waste, saw dust and wheat husk, these briquette stocks eliminate the need for fuel or firewood.
To help save time and energy, the steam that is released while cooking porridge is used to boil eggs as well. With the help of solar panels, sustainable sources of energy are used to power the facility. If you would like to visit ABRF, contact us at email@example.com
The harvest festival of Makar Sankranti signifies new beginnings and is celebrated with bonfires, fairs, Surya Pooja (worship of the sun), feasts, arts, dance and kite flying. The wonderful nature of this festival can turn deadly when kite flying becomes a matter of serious competition, and people start using manjha (glass coated strings) to cut down their opponents' kites. The use of manjha has led to many avian fatalities, and has also caused injuries to humans in many instances.
Wildlife SOS collaborated with Eco-Rescuers Foundation to set up a bird treatment camp for the second year in a row, at Jaipur. Volunteers from across Jaipur have joined hands to provide aid to birds in need.
Please share our message to help us highlight the deadly effects of manjha, and remember to keep an eye out for our avian friends this Makar Sankranti.
In a shocking incident of human-wildlife conflict, a leopard wandered into a house in Jawan town of Aligarh District, located in Uttar Pradesh. A family of three immediately locked themselves in the kitchen and called their neighbours for help. The Wildlife SOS team along with the Forest Department rushed to the location for assistance.
To ensure the safety of the residents, the teams evacuated them by cutting the grill over the window. Next, they attempted to locate the leopard, which was found crouched at the bottom of a staircase. The approximately 6-7-year-old male was tranquillised through a hole drilled in the wall and safely rescued. After a medical examination, the big cat was released in its natural habitat.
Coconut is a young soul who loves to partake in all the activities that the elephant care team has planned for her. Being a curious and active elephant, she is always keen to try out new things! Currently, her favourite items are the new assortment of enrichments that have been put into the enclosure that she shares with Peanut.
Recently the duo have been spending their time playing with an iron ball enrichment that originally belonged to another elephant, Raju. The enrichment ball consists of many small holes from where elephants can suck out treats with the aid of their trunks. As Raju seemed to have lost interest in this enrichment, the elephant care team took the decision to move it to Coco and Peanut’s field and the two took to playing with it every day. We thank everyone who has supported Coconut on her journey.
We rescued an injured barn owl in coordination with Delhi Police this morning. Two kind police officers (ASI Iqbal Khan & ASI Surender) brought the injured Barn Owl to the Wildlife SOS hotline. @delhi.police_official is kind, compassionate & humane. A huge thank you to Delhi Commissioner of Police for wonderful leadership & for grooming kindness in the Police ranks. JAI HIND 🇮🇳
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