Serbia: 28/11/14 – Small Signs That Tok Is Showing Some Improvement.

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28/11/14 – Tok update:

 Tok has finally begun to fight back a little and even eats on her own, although I also have to syringe feed her to make sure she’s swallowed enough food.

The problem is that she’s horribly skinny and weak, and her belly is still swollen, maybe slightly a bit less now. She’s receiving injections every day, eats RC Recovery canned food and is being given vitamin supplements.

We’re all aware that the prognosis is not promising, but even if just one out of ten cats with the same problem manages to pull through, we’ll do everything it takes to ensure she becomes that fortunate one.

For as long as she’s not suffering, which she doesn’t seem to be for the time being, we refuse to give up on her.

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Nepal: 28/11/14 – First Info On The 2014 Frenzy Of Killings – Nepal Shames The World With Its Barbaric Animal Slaughter – List Of (Nepal) Embassy Contacts Given In Post Links.



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Photo from our friends at CIWF (London) – Nov 2014.

News In 28/11/14:

Dear Mark,

Our Investigators are today on the ground in Nepal, documenting what we believe to be the world’s biggest single-location animal slaughter festival. The Gadhimai festival takes place in such a remote area that our team are cut off from most forms of communication – but I have just received this short message:

“I’ve never ever seen anything quite like this and hope I’ll never ever witness it again.

The scale of the suffering is vast – before me lie the bodies of thousands of buffalo, staining the earth, and the soles of the slaughtermen’s feet, red. What I’ve seen can only be described as a massacre. These animals have suffered great pain at the hands of an army of unskilled men and this is just the start….thousands of chickens, goats and other animals are next up in this 48 hour frenzy of killing.

After documenting the horror I shut my eyes for a few minutes to escape the bloodshed but the air is heavy with a sickening smell of death and I know I’ll never be able to forget this event.”

Thank you to everyone who signed our original petition calling for action on Gadhimai festival.

We now need you to take action once more. Please, if you haven’t already, call on the Nepalese government to ensure this festival never happens again.

We’ll update you next week with more information from our investigators as they return from Nepal. The team faces a long journey back so it may take a few days to get their eye-witness evidence out to you.


SAV comments:     Nepal puts the world to shame with its killing frenzy

More info on the CIWF site at: 

If you wish to send a message about this to any of the Nepalese embassies around the world, then please use either of the following to find your own (home) contact details: 

Thanks – SAV.