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Cattle & Other Animals

Pari, Cow Calf
Pari, Cow Calf

D.O.B.: 13/02/2020 Pari was found crying near the body of her dead mother. She was desperately trying to suckle from her, though her mom lay flat on the road after ingesting too much plastic & garbage. Pari is strong, but still misses her mother. She is doing well & we hope she survives this traumatic incident. Follow Pari's antics with her friends at the WAG shelter via her Facebook page! To Sponsor Pari please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Krishna, Bull Calf
Krishna, Bull Calf

D.O.B.: 03/02/2021 Krishna arrived at WAG when he was only 1 week old. His mother sadly passed away & we found Krishna crying in the middle of a highway, looking for someone to comfort him. While he took sometime to settle into his new home, Krishna is growing big & strong day by day. To Sponsor Krishna please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Vishnu, Bull Calf
Vishnu, Bull Calf

D.O.B.: 25/10/2020 Vishnu was the first calf we rescued who suffered from Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD). He was covered in scabs from nose to hoof, some of which were infected with maggots. We immediately treated Vishnu for the same & he is now happy & healthy. To Sponsor Vishnu please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Sabrina, Cow Calf
Sabrina, Cow Calf

D.O.B.: 06/08/2020 Sabrina was a tragic case of a road accident. Her front leg was broken & she was found with multiple infected wounds. She took many months to recover, & with the help of a splint made from PVC pipes, Sabrina soon learnt to walk again. To Sponsor Sabrina please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Goldie, Kid Goat
Goldie, Kid Goat

D.O.B.: 08/04/2020 Attacked by dogs during the COVID-19 lockdown in Goa, Goldie was left COMPLETELY PARALYSED from her bite wounds. By some miracle she recovered amazingly & is living a happy, healthy life with us. To Sponsor Goldie please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Kishor, Bull
Kishor, Bull

D.O.B.: 02/10/2000 Kishor has been the longest living resident at the WAG Shelter. He was rescued from the streets, but only after this did we find out that he has hip dysplasia. He would not be able to survive on the street in such a condition, but is safe with us. To Sponsor Kishor please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Ganesh, Bull
Ganesh, Bull

Ganesh was brought to the shelter as he has foot and mouth disease. He is fine now and will stay happily at the shelter. To sponsor Ganesh please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Sebu, Calf
Sebu, Calf

Sebu was found on the street with broken leg. After intensive care, Sebu can walk now and is staying at the shelter. To sponsor Sebu please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Champa, Female Goat
Champa, Female Goat

D.O.B.: 26/09/2014 Champa was rescued from the streets after suffering for many years with infected teats. Sadly her owner did not care enough to treat her, nor did he want help from WAG. However, after much perseverance we rescued Champa who is now healthy & living her best life. She enjoys getting bum rubs, eating cabbage leaves other greens. To Sponsor Champa please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Ganga, Cow Calf
Ganga, Cow Calf

Ganga was found injured on the road after being hit by a vehicle. She is healthy now and living happily at our shelter. Thank you Giselle Mehta for sponsoring Ganga.

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Brine, Bull
Brine, Bull

Brine was found badly injured on the street after being attacked by many dogs. He is fine now and safe at the shelter. Favorite food: Banana To sponsor Brine please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Gita, Female Goat
Gita, Female Goat

D.O.B.: 16/09/2014 Rescued just in time, Gita was brought to WAG straight from the slaughter house. Unfortunately, she had to watch her family being killed in front of her, a horrific image that lasted in her mind for a few months. Gita was traumatised & scared on her arrival, but soon realized that she is now in a safe place. To Sponsor Gita please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Dogs & Cats
Our rescues are all UP FOR ADOPTION or sponsorship. Contact us on 7045349192 if you have a loving furever home for our beloved streeties.

Sandy, Female
Sandy, Female

D.O.B.: 05/05/2007 Sandy is a lovable old lady who just wants a warm & comfy bed to sleep in. She was found blind with cataracts & her eyes could not be saved. Sandy has adjusted well to her life at a clinic, but a home is what she really needs. To Sponsor Sandy please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Maci, Male
Maci, Male

D.O.B.: 08/03/2021 Maci was found by a Team WAG member on the bust streets on Goa. He was diagnosed with Cerebellar Hypoplasia, or Wobble Syndrome where it looks like he is drunk & cannot walk properly. Despite this, Maci is thriving. He loves his new home & welcomes any rescue kittens his way. To Sponsor Maci please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Charlie, Male
Charlie, Male

D.O.B.: 21/03/2011 Charlie was abandoned at the WAG Rescue Clinic with multiple maggot wounds on his paws. To our surprise, Charlie never complained once while being treated. He is an amazing dog who loves beach days, food & cuddles! To Sponsor Charlie please email welfareforanimalsingoa@gmail.com with your query.

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Lacey, Female
Lacey, Female

D.O.B.: 25/09/2018 Lacey & her sister Cagney were at risk of being poisoned, beaten or attacked by humans in their previous home. Now, they live freely & safe at the WAG Rescue Clinic & are our permanent guard-dogs. Thank you Diana Maria for sponsoring Lacey's food & meds.

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Marley, Male
Marley, Male

D.O.B.: 17/03/2016 Marley was rescued with severe mange & a broken leg. His skin looked like that of an elephant, hard, grey & full of scabs. After only a few weeks of treatment Marley started to grow his hair back & turned into a handsome boy! He is a very friendly, happy dogs who loves walks on the beach & lots of cuddles. Click on the link below to he is transformation. Thank you Piyali Gupta for sponsoring Marley until January 2022.

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Cagney, Female
Cagney, Female

D.O.B.: 25/09/2018 Cagney arrived with her sister Lacey. They were at risk of being poisoned, beaten or attacked by humans in their previous home. Now, they live freely & safe at the WAG Rescue Clinic & are our permanent guard-dogs. Thank you Diana Maria for sponsoring Lacey's food & meds.

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Aalia, Female
Aalia, Female

D.O.B.: 15/08/2016 Aalia came to us an extremely malnourished puppy. She was found tied up in a plastic bag, in a garbage dump. Miraculously she survived & has turned into a great dog. She loves roaming free & rolling in mud. Thank you Rudi for sponsoring Aalia until January 2022.

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Anna, Female
Anna, Female

D.O.B.: 22/03/2019 Anna was rescued as a malnourished & terrified puppy. She was scare of human interaction & touch. However, with the love of our other rescues she soon blossomed into a confident, happy puppy. She too has become a permanent resident with us. Thank you Rudi for sponsoring Anna until January 2022.

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Dot-Dot, Female
Dot-Dot, Female

D.O.B.: 09/09/2018 Dot-Dot was found with a severe case of mange. She represented a hairless chicken, or rat, & we even suspected that she was blind from an eye infection. However, she responded extremely well to her medical treatment & has grown into a beautiful, gentle dog. She still seeks a home to call her own. Thank you Rudi for sponsoring Dot-Dot until January 2022.

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ADOPTIONS

Adopt a companion for life!
We provide free vaccinations for 1 year, & free sterilization for any animals adopted from us.

Contact us here if you are interested in adopting.

WAG currently takes care of 120 animals on a daily basis. These range from turkeys, chickens, goats, dogs, cats, cows & other birds. Every day our dedicated staff look after these rescues , where they will spend the rest of their lives, safe & warm at our Sanctuary. With so many animals under our care, but with limited resources & funding, we need YOUR HELP in ensuring they get the best medical care & food.

Help us continue to home these beautiful rescues by sponsoring them. Your sponsorship will include food, vaccines & medical care.

 

Cattle Sponsorship is RS. 10,000 for ONE YEAR
Dog or Cat Sponsorship is RS. 5,000 for ONE YEAR
 

Sponsors will receive updates every 6 months.