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Come and join us on a trip of a lifetime and experience first hand Animal Aid Abroad's working animal projects in India.

Founder of Animal Aid Abroad, Janet Thomas, will be leading this special tour.

AAA India Trip 2017

Every day animals around the world are being overworked and abused, forced to carry heavy loads or to work for tourism purposes with little or no rest, food or water. Animal Aid Abroad works alongside partner groups to educate communities, provide shelter for animals and much needed food, water and care.

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  • HIS Camel Annual Update - 2017

    The Rajasthan state of India is identified with camels. In our culture, there are many tales and traditional songs based on camels and its nature. A single camel could earn bread and butter for a whole family, it is an important earning member of the family. At the Camel Rescue Centre in Bassi and at HIS, Jaipur we have many camels which are living as our family members.  Basanti Basanti was rescued around one and a half years ago when she was going to be slaughtered with many other camels. At the time of rescue, she was malnourished and...
  • Walk a Mile in My Shoes - Routes

      'Walk a Mile in my Shoes' Challenge - Routes   Perth Walk Time: Walk anytime between 9-2pm ( Register at Animal Aid Stall at 'Habits of Horses' festival in Sculpture Park)  Duration: Approximately 1 hour  Special notes: Pets welcome ( don't forget the leash)  Free family friendly event - Habits of Horses Art festival will be on all day at Sculpture Park.    Our walk starts at Sculpture Park in Mundaring at the Railway Sculpture underpass. [ Check in at AAA stall at the Habits of Horses Open Day eve...
  • Gili Island Update - June 2017

    Gili Island Rubbish collecting horses get the thumbs up! Great news- Delphine Robb and Sarah Best who live and work on the island report that Bert, Oscar, Cream, Dennis, Yahyah, Rohit, Rainbow, Mamba and Andy are in good shape. Delphine makes sure the rubbish horses are getting fed and looked after, and the results are showing. Recently all the rubbish collecting horses had their hooves trimmed by volunteer farrier Christopher Beggs from Kelvin Grove Equine in Perth, WA. Bert received the royal treatment by having shoes fitted [ the poor fel...
  • Working BRICK KILN horses get second chance!

    In May, we reported on an injured horse working at a brick kiln factory - bricks had fallen on his back. He was in terrible condition, lame and in a lot of pain. To add to his misery, the owner refused to surrender him to Friendicoes and put him straight back to work. He didn't even unharness the horse to be treated. Absolutely heart breaking! The para-vet team continued to monitor and treat him on a daily basis until the Friendicoes team could rescue him. Fast forward to June and we have great news, Friendicoes has been able to rescue him. ...
  • The Working Equines Receive a Gift

    Recently the Friendicoes Seca Mobile Equine Clinic received a gift that means more animals are going to benefit from the program. Our friend and supporter from Australia, Animal Aid Abroad has made it possible with their generous sponsorship to hire three new field paravets to assist the Mobile Equine team. Not only that, AAA has also provided two motorbikes for the field paravets to travel to interior areas so that more distressed animals get help. The 4-member Mobile Equine team is stretched to their maximum possible limit taking care of t...
  • Donkey Update Report - 2017

    Mox Mox has become the strongest equine in our sanctuary and has a bit of a roving eye; he generally gets into fights, especially with Buddy, because of Hella. Being quite young, he tried to approach all the females in the group, so we finally decided to castrate him to calm him down. We castrated him on the 1st of December 2016 and he was also given a tetanus vaccine on the same day. Mox is not a fan of grooming time, especially when it comes to cleaning his hooves. Overall, he is a joyful and energetic mule, enjoying his life in our shelter....

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