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Flying to Argentina To Go See Pelusa

Update on Pelusa:  Thursday night, myself (Kat) and another caregiver will be flying out to the La Plata Zoo in Argentina, to go see Pelusa. I will only be staying for five days, but Suz will be staying for a couple of months to help care for Pelusa. We are…...

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A Moment for Pelusa

It’s that time again, a moment for Pelusa – to focus on her strength, health and her journey to sanctuary. To wish, hope, pray or envision a future where she is able to heal and feel nurturing support from other elephants. This time we are sharing a photo from Scott’s…...

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A Trio of Photos of Our Two Beauties

A Trio Of Photos Of Our Two Beauties (Both of the girls first) It’s funny how much more similar Maia and Guida look now, in this trio of photos, then when they first arrived. Still easy to tell them apart- Maia is on the left in the road, Guida in…...

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Tapir Pool Party

When going out to take care of the tapirs and chickens at 5:30 AM, Scott heard a bit of a ruckus. He followed the noise to make sure everything was ok and found the two tapirs, Sheldon and Arya, splashing, swimming and play-fighting in their pond; a tapir pool party.…...

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Ramba’s Foot Issues

Feet have been a big topic of discussion lately, with Pelusa’s rescue imminent and the condition of her feet. But she’s not the only one with foot issues. Lovely Ramba has always had two areas of her feet that we suspected would cause problems later on. Because of this Ramba…...

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The Beauty of Elephants

This is the true and simple beauty of elephants. When you love elephants, it shouldn’t be about having them entertain you, riding on their back or touching them. Love is about appreciating someone for who they are, not for what they offer you. The beauty of elephants is the bond…...

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