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Any animal who is wounded from neglect or abuse should never have to bear the weight of physical or emotional pain. The kind folks from Animal Aid Unlimited in India encounter some heartbreaking cases. Luckily, they are equipped and able to handle whatever may come their way.

An injured mother cow and her calf suffering from deep wounds were found living on the street. After some much-needed love, attention and treatment, they were able to recover in two months. Now this family of two can begin living as animals should, happy and healthy!

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