My name is Tata and my story is one of the hardest and saddest ones to tell. I was rescued from a packed cage literally as I was on my way to be beaten and eaten (by people!). The elephant savers came to my rescue and also saved some of my friends. You can see some of the pictures of how happy I was to make it to the sanctuary! I spent about 4 years there before I got my freedom ticket all the way to Colorado. So very grateful! I'm a very calm girl with a sweet nature and have been learning about all these new things here. I really love to lounge outdoors and watch the world pass by. My greatest wish is to have a forever family of my very own! (Tata is approx 5-6 years old)
Underdogs Rescue has partnered up with the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand to help save some of the 400+ dogs they have living on the sanctuary. While most of these dogs have come to the park following natural disasters or from situations some of us couldn't even fathom, these dogs are full of heart and ready to begin a new life in the US with a family to love them!! More information about ENP can be found on their website here: http://www.elephantnaturepark.org/ Help us help them by fostering or adopting one or more of these sweet babies looking for a new life!
If you're interested in adopting Tata, please fill out an adoption application here: http://petstablished.com/adoption_form/3103/generic
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