As part of an ongoing initiative to save the abandoned cows from accidents, our volunteers helped us put reflective collars on 10 more cows in the Jolly Grant area in Dehradun.
We at Rescue Ma provided first aid; and with the help of some volunteers shifted her to Kanji House on Mar 5, 2023
Fed jaggery to the abandoned cows of Shri Krishna Dham Gaushala (Kanji House) on behalf of Kamal Didi, Sailaja ji & Maithili ji from Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust (HIHT). .
Rescue Ma is working at the grass root level meeting with farmers & SHGs(Self Help Groups) to spread awareness about the ill-practices that are currently prevalent in our society with respect to animals & cows in particular. Instead of focusing solely on milk, we need to start utilizing cow manure & cow urine which can […]
The highest of all relations is the mother & child relation; the only bond that is formed even before a child is born. As far as this relationship is concerned, there is no difference between humans & cows. The modern dairy farm practices propagate to separate the calf from the mother cow immediately after the […]
In ‘Rescue Ma’, our aim is to provide sustainable solutions to stray cattle problem. In addition to finding permanent solutions, we realized that we would need some interim measures to provide immediate relief to these strays. After much deliberation, we decided to make some kind of troughs where we can provide food & water to […]