Newborn Calves Tied to a Tractor,Left to Die in a Garage.
This is just my opinion. I had to write this before you read the urgent notice.
Farm Sanctuary has just been alerted by an SPCA in Pennsylvania to a cruelty case involving six newborn calves found starving to death at a dairy farm.
Some of the calves were tied to a tractor and abandoned. Others were left to die in a garage. They were unable to get food or water, unable to move or walk. The calves are all newborns, some born just days ago.
The calves are barely clinging to life. Many are unable to stand. Their eyes are sunken-in from severe dehydration. They are suffering from anemia and are extremely weak.
Working with the SPCA, Farm Sanctuary secured legal custody of the calves and immediately launched a rescue effort. We are now working urgently to save their lives.
Please, make a special donation to the Emergency Rescue Fund now to support our lifesaving efforts to save these helpless, innocent newborn calves.
Farm Sanctuary’s National Shelter Director Susie Coston administered urgent care as we rushed the calves to the Cornell University Veterinary Hospital for Animals.
The calves are fighting for their lives … they need help right now, just to survive.
YOUR EMERGENCY GIFT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR FARM ANIMALS
WHO ARE SUFFERING TERRIBLY RIGHT NOW.
Male calves in the dairy industry are often considered to be of little to no value, and are therefore killed shortly after birth or sent into veal production. These calves were no exception. They were simply discarded, like trash being disposed of.
But, they are not trash. They are helpless babies, torn from their mothers upon birth. 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, the calves are depending on people in the world who care, people like you.
You can help give these calves the care they need. Please, be a part of saving their lives and making their rescue possible with a gift to the Emergency Rescue Fund today.
Your support at this critical time will give relief, and life, to farm animals in need. We will keep you updated on the status of this rescue as our work continues.
Photos provided by Officer Denise Turkavage
.Farm Sanctuary, PO Box 150, Watkins Glen, NY 14891
I love Farm Sanctuary's work. I've donated to them many times. You can check them out. While your there read about the care they give their rescued farm animals when they arrive at the farm, and throughout their whole lives.