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Neglected, then abandoned by its "owner", Juno embodies generosity. The wounds of her childhood could have made her lose confidence in others and cause her to close on herself. On the contrary, she responds with a desire to love. At the shelter, she found a crowd of friends with whom she radiates the joy of living.

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Kamli weighed only 2.5 kg when she arrived at the shrine of Agra, India. She was fortunate to be saved before being tortured by the Kalandars who force bears dance. Thanks to the good care of her surrogate mother, she is today a beautiful bear of 95 kg and particularly amusing in a way... and very much attached to the humans who saved her.

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Little Jasmine arrived just two months ago at the Indian Sanctuary in Agra. Separated from her mother very early, it took a lot of patience and perseverance to reassure her and restore her taste for life. Today, she is full of energy and spreads her joy of living throughout the sanctuary!

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Rocky was eight years old when he was saved from the hands of the Kalandars, but he had witnessed much more. Beaten repeatedly, a rope passed through his nose, he suffered from severe malnutrition to the point of having almost lost his sight. The sanctuary of Agra is for him a haven of peace. He discovered the fondness and the pleasures of siestas in the sun...

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Bhola was forced to walk on burning hot tarmac roads in Indian to transport tourists or materials. Knocked over by a truck, convinced of the severity of his injuries his "owner" – was unwillingly to treat him – so, to entrust him to us. At the sanctuary of elephants, he now flourishes, free from all hindrance.

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Heera was living her final moments when she was rescued in December 2013. Abandoned for almost a year by her "owner" on an Indian farm, she endured the worst suffering. Today, she licks her psychological wounds. Her strength and will is an example to us all.

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Cricket was not even a month old when she was found in a gutter, shivering and starving. Torn from her mother so young, she would not have survived without the care of vets at the Darjeeling Refuge centre in India. Today she is a dog always in a good mood and overflowing with affection that fills the refuge with her joy of life!

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Soumil was a tiny kitten when he was found wandering not far from the Darjeeling refuge in India. He would not have survived without the intervention of the team. Nobody, not even dogs, impresses confidence today as much as this little rascal! But he does not hesitate to be cuddled...

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Pikachu was only a few weeks old when he was found dying on the street by a volunteer. Dehydrated and hungry, it would take all the attention of the Darjeeling Refuge team in India to save him. Today, he is a little star he is loved by all, humans and animals!

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Arthur was used to train dogs to hunt in Russia. Becoming too imposing, he had to be sold to a hunter. Saved by One Voice, he now regains strength at the Sirin Refuge, where a huge enclosure has been specially designed for him to flourish in semi-freedom.

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Born in Mali in 1983, Victor was snatched from his mother to serve as a surrogate baby for unscrupulous humans. He then lived long solitary years at Nancy Nursery Zoo before being released by One Voice. Today, he finally savoured the true life of a chimpanzee, in semi-freedom at the sanctuary of Mona, Spain.