Anu, thrown away like trash, needs your help to survive
Anu, at no fault of her own, was thrown away like trash to be bought and sold in a cruel auction and bound to be slaughtered horrifically. Although she was suffering in pain, she was thrown to the ground and ridiculed by those around her. Asha Sanctuary rescued her, along with her friend Tracy, and provided both of them immediate shelter, food and critical medical care. Although two local veterinarians have worked hard to help Anu recover from an infection, her condition is worsening to where it has likely progressed to the bone. The decision has been made to urgently transport Anu (along with Tracy to provide her comfort) to Cornell Farm Animal Hospital in Ithaca, NY where she will receive emergency care for the infection which, tragically, will likely involve surgery to remove part or all of her hoof.
Please help Anu and all farm animals like her by urgently making a special donation for her Emergency Care today. Your kind donation will not only help Anu to survive, it will make a strong and caring statement that she is absolutely someone, and not something to be thrown away like trash. She deserves the best possible medical care and treatment to live a long, happy life at Asha Sanctuary.
YOUR EMERGENCY GIFT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR ANU AND ALL FARM ANIMALS JUST LIKE HER WHO ARE SUFFERING TERRIBLY RIGHT NOW.
Sheep are often considered to be of little to no value once they develop costly medical problems. They are thrown away like trash -- frightened and alone.
But, they are not trash. They are helpless innocent animals. Through no fault of their own, they were born into a cruel industry that disregards their lives. They are at our mercy and utterly dependent on people to care for them.
Right now, Anu is depending on people in the world who care, people like you.
You can help give Anu the care she needs. Please, be a part of saving her life by making a special gift to Anu's Emergency Care today.
Your support at this critical time will give relief, and life, to Anu and farmed animals in need. We will keep you updated on the status of Anu as our work continues.