Thong Dee : Elephant of the Week at Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary – BLES  : Remember Me
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Thong Dee : Elephant of the Week at Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary – BLES : Remember Me

Remember Me Name: Thong Dee Affectionately Known As: Yai, meaning grandmother in Thai Gender: Female Disposition/ Personality: “gentle, social… & sweet” / “such a sunny, happy lady” /                                                        … Continue reading »

Wildlife SOS India’s First Elephant Hospital Sets Precedent as Their Rescued, Former Captive,  Asian Elephant Patients Can Now Experience “Healing With Compassion”
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Wildlife SOS India’s First Elephant Hospital Sets Precedent as Their Rescued, Former Captive, Asian Elephant Patients Can Now Experience “Healing With Compassion”

Rescued elephants in India now stand a fighting chance thanks to a new “state-of-the art” facility known as the Wildlife SOS Elephant Hospital. Despite grim statistics***  for this endangered species, the Asian elephant, this proves there are some good humans left in this world. As they are rescued from cruel conditions in captivity these elephants … Continue reading »

Wassana : Elephant of the Week at Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary : Fortune
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Wassana : Elephant of the Week at Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary : Fortune

Name: Wassana Meaning of Name: Wassana means Fortune in Thai Gender: Female Age: not given; most likely an adult elephant Formerly: Trekking elephant & part time logging elephant Hardships Endured: Abuse by bullhook from her previous owner; injury from stepping on a land mine A perceptive pachyderm: Wassana knew that she could communicate to Katherine Connor … Continue reading »

There is Hope For Pupi & Kuki: Zoo Elephants in Argentina Soon To Be Released to Elephant Sanctuary as Buenos Aires Officials Relocating Most All of Its Captive Wildlife From “All But Abandoned” Palermo Zoo
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There is Hope For Pupi & Kuki: Zoo Elephants in Argentina Soon To Be Released to Elephant Sanctuary as Buenos Aires Officials Relocating Most All of Its Captive Wildlife From “All But Abandoned” Palermo Zoo

If all goes as planned two African elephants, Pupi & Kuki, will soon have a home in a sanctuary far away from their current existence in Argentina, surrounded by a perilous dry moat at an all but forgotten zoo in Buenos Aires **.  (A third elephant named Maria, a former abused circus elephant has an … Continue reading »