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Sivilai - a captive Asian elephant with an uncared-for broken leg who is still expected to work and breed

Unbelievably Cruel

Asian elephants suffer in captivity. Wild-caught or born captive, all are broken in a "crush box" before being trained to work. Many then suffer malnutrition, cruelty, & confinement.

Sivilai has an untreated broken leg, but her owner still expects her to work, and says she is ready to breed again.

This Earth Day, Help Us Save Her »

Young chained elephants legs and trunk

This Can't Go On

Every captive Asian elephant, whether kept for tourism, logging, circus, or trekking, has one thing in common. They were broken in the "crush box." That's how their lives with humans start.

The elephants then suffer harsh bullhook training, health problems, and chained confinement. This awful cycle must end.

Help Stop Cruel Elephant Exploitation »

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Former Puppy Mill Mom

I adopted my first dog, Bonnie, shortly after moving to Texas. She was part of a raid made on a large puppy mill and was in a sorry state when I met her a few days afterward.

She was approximately five years old, who knows how many puppies she had given birth to.

Read About How Bonnie Is Doing Now »

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Help Little Nova Receive Pelvis Surgery

Nova was found in a parking lot under the car of one of Gingered Blessings Animal Rescue staff. The little kitten didn't look like he would make it. He couldn't use his back legs and was severely underweight. Veterinary x-rays showed his pelvis broken in 5 places and a respiratory infection. Little Nova was put on antibiotics and pain meds and began to improve, but he could not pee or poop on his own so staff had to express his bladder. With care and rest, Nova's vet had hoped he would heal on his own, since he was far too small for surgery.Unfortunately instead, Nova'™s pelvis shifted and surgery became his only choice, even though he was only 1.5 pounds.

You can help. Just $25 goes far toward Nova's pelvis surgery and recovery.

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