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In a world filled more and more with violence, hate, and apathy, it restores your faith in humanity to see people demonstrate selfless acts of kindness and put others first. Just take this story about the simple rescue of a crow in need for example.
One worker at Wildlife SOS, a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation organization, spotted an injured crow in a house in Delhi, India and heroically came to the bird’s aid. But don’t have a crow – besides an injured leg, this brave bird is being looked after by these saintly workers and seems to be doing just fine. This little guy was truly lucky to be in the right place at the right time, found by someone who could take him to safety.
Who knows how long this scared and injured little bird was stuck in that house, or how many people may have passed him by not thinking twice about assisting him. This just goes to show the kind of values that the workers at Wildlife SOS find important and the kind of character they demonstrate as an organization. It’s not every day that you find people who believe that all animals deserve the basic rights of respect and care.
This isn’t the first time that Wildlife SOS has come to the aid of animals in need, they have the rescue of a Red Sanboa and an injured bear known as Rose, the epic feat of saving Raju, among many others under their belts. This awesome team is made up of experienced and dedicated workers who are not afraid to travel to bear bile farms and elephant tourism centers to rescue animals in need.
With so many wild animals in danger from deforestation or poachers, it’s incredibly refreshing and heartwarming to know that there are sanctuaries and truly kind souls out there who are able to make the connection that all animals matter, no matter how big or small, and help preserve these species from danger and extinction.
To learn more about Wildlife SOS and the other animals they’ve helped, check out their website here.
Image source: Wildlife SOS/Twitter