Rameet finds his new mother at Animal Aid
“Nayi Ma” which means New Mother in Hindi, is what Ariane is now lovingly called by the care-givers in Animal Aid’s cow and donkey paddock. For the last 10 days she has been nursing a little boy bull named Rameet back to health. Rameet, which means “loved,” was likely born in an Udaipur Dairy and abandoned on the streets because he is a boy calf. Separated from his mother, alone and defenseless, he was attacked by dogs on the street and badly injured. On his first day at Animal Aid after being rescued his survival was touch-and-go as he was in shock and almost comatose. That’s when Ariane stepped in and aided his gradual improvements as he slowly began to sit up with her help, chew on the grass and corn she put into his mouth, and finally stand up and start eating on his own. Animal Aid has already been graced with two months of Ariane’s ever-ready smile and ever-open arms and we are thrilled that she is saving lives with us for yet another month!