Thank Rescuers for Saving Abused Elephant

Elephant Wildlife SOS

Target: Geeta Seshamani, Vice President of Wildlife SOS

Goal: Thank rescuers for going above and beyond to save abused elephant.

Lakhi, a 61-year-old elephant, was found begging on the streets in India. It is unknown how long she suffered from abuse and neglect, but it is evident that Lakhi was beaten often with what rescuers believe to be a bullhook. Thankfully, this elephant’s life has turned around for the better.

Lahki was discovered with cracked feet, open wounds, countless scars and was severely malnourished. The years of neglect even led to blindness. Thankfully, Lahki was rescued just in time by Wildlife SOS.

Wildlife SOS showed Lahki a world full of love, comfort and happiness. She now roams a sanctuary where she is surrounded by elephant friends. Sign this petition and thank Wildlife SOS for not giving up on Lakhi and giving her the life she deserves.


Dear Ms. Seshamani,

I recently heard about the incredible rescue of Lahki the elephant. As much as it saddens me to hear about the abuse and neglect she faced in her past life, it brings me incredible joy to know there are organizations and people like yours that go above and beyond to rescue these innocent, gentle creatures.

Seeing Lahki roam the sanctuary, splash in the water and play with her friends gives me hope for all the other animals out there facing difficult circumstances at this moment. I wanted to thank you, your organization, and the incredible rescuers for doing everything that you could to help Lahki and the countless other animals you have saved. Your work makes this world a better place for so many living beings.


[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Wildlife SOS

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  1. Lisa Allred Lisa Zarafonetis says:

    Thank u❗️?
    Signed & Shared.

  2. Bev Woodburn says:

    Many thanks Wildlife SOS for saving Lakhi from further torture and abuse.
    Lakhi live out the remainder of your precious life with all your mates, without the threat of the human species.

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