Pelusa

April, 2018 Visit to Pelusa: Part I

April, 2018 Visit to Pelusa: Part I. Thanks to everyone for being patient in regards to days without posts and Pelusa updates. Five days is truly not a lot of time to observe, assess, change routines, reassess and get a caregiver set up for the next couple of months. I always…...

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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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Sending Love To Pelusa

We are going to do a simple weekly post about Pelusa. Some people may find this corny, but for a being whose value has always been what she provides for others, you would be amazed at how far a pure and genuine love of them goes. It would be beneficial…...

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Pelusa Part IV: Where Does That Leave Us Now?

Pelusa Part IV: So where does that leave us now? Pelusa has found her way into many hearts- she is more stunning (inside and out) than any photo could ever show. Those of us who care for her are all still fighting to bring her to sanctuary, but that future…...

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Pelusa Part III: Her Foot And Joint Issues  

Pelusa Part III: Her Foot And Joint Issues Why foot and joint issues are still one of the leading killers of captive elephants. In our elephant careers we have unfortunately seen several elephants leave this world simply because their feet could no longer hold up the weight of such a…...

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