Viele Hunde bei Sneha’s Care haben aufgrund ihres Alters, ihrer Fellfarbe oder Krankheit keine Chance mehr auf Vermittlung. All diese Tiere müssen dauerhaft im Tierheim betreut werden. Wir sind dringend auf Pat*innen für diese Tiere angewiesen, denn Sneha‘s Care erhält keinerlei staatliche Zuwendung.
Wir stellen euch die Rollstuhlhündin Rumri vor: „Vor drei Jahren kam ich zu Sneha‘s Care und seitdem geht es mir prima. Wie ihr seht, fehlen mir zwei flinke Beine aber dafür habe ich hier einen tollen Rollstuhl. Das ist großartig, endlich kann ich wieder herumtollen. Wenn ich in meinem Rollstuhl durch die Gegend flitze, bin ich sogar schneller als meine vierbeinigen Freunde.
Ein besonderer Hund, so wie ich es bin, braucht besondere Fürsorge. Doch die Menschen hier in Nepal sind fast alle arm. Meine Pflege und die meiner Kameraden ist mit Kosten verbunden, die die wenigsten aufbringen können. Zum Beispiel für Medikamente, Rollstuhl, regelmäßige ärztliche Betreuung, Spezialfutter, und vieles mehr. Mit Rollstuhl bin ich leider nicht zu vermitteln.
Ich bin auf Hilfe angewiesen, dafür ist leider nicht immer Personal vor Ort. Deine Spende würde helfen, dies zu ändern.
Zu meinem großen Glück fehlt mir noch eins: Eine/n liebe/n Paten/-in!“ ———- Many dogs at Sneha's Care no longer have a chance to find a home because of their age, color or disease. All these animals must be cared for permanently in the shelter. We urgently depend on patients for these animals because Sneha's Care receives no state attention.
We introduce you to wheelchair dog Rumri: "3years ago,i came to Sneha's Care&have been fine since then.As you can see,I miss2nimble legs but I have a great wheelchair here.That's great, finally I can romp around again.When I run around in my wheelchair, I'm even faster than my four-legged friends. A special dog, as I am, needs special care. But the people here in Nepal are poor. My care and that of my buddies is associated with costs that few can afford. For example, for medicines, wheelchairs, regular medical care, special foods, and much more. Unfortunately, I am unable to find a home with a wheelchair. I depend on help, unfortunately not always staff can be
Alot of people ask me,"do you always hike alone?" YES! Some people think it is sad to go on adventures alone,good company is fun for sure but being alone reaching your adventure goals is also fun especially if you're meeting alot of hikers on the way! #hike#hiker#traveller#travelalberta#mountains#lake
DAY 3 - July 31, 2019: Instead of attempting Mt. Whitney, my dad and I agreed that he was going to slowly make his way to the portal and I was going to officially start my JMT journey. We said our goodbyes that morning and I headed north on my own. I needed to camp somewhere with a bear box so I made my way towards Tyndall Creek. Along the way, I passed through the Bighorn Plateau. This beautiful, desolate place felt like Mars. At one point, I thought it was a good idea to kneel down to take a photo of some wildflowers with my backpack on. Unfortunately, my pack was too heavy to stand up and I fell backwards like a pathetic turtle, tweaking my left knee. This injury caused by a stupid decision would haunt me for the rest of my trip. Later that day, I came across my first sketchy river crossing, Tyndall Creek. I met a group of hikers who told me it would be best to continue up trail about a quarter mile to find a safer crossing where a series of small “islands” shortened the amount of fjording needed. I found the recommended crossing but it sure didn’t make me feel any better! After notifying my loved ones of the crossing, I unbuckled my pack and slowly made my way across. The first half was not too bad, but during the second half the current was much stronger and white caps made it impossible to see where to take my next step. I attempted to move my foot through the water and slipped, lurching forward and spraining my toe. I froze, afraid to try moving again. Do I wait for someone to come along to help? I took a deep breath and re-centered myself. “You’re ok”, I told myself, “you aren’t going to freeze or drown just standing here. Take your time.” I took another breath and kept going, finally reaching the other side of the creek. I walked back to the trail, finding the bear box and camp area. That night, two hikers would join me. David, from Germany, had not resupplied and was running low on food. I had brought waaaaay too much so i offered him a bag of snacks. He was so grateful that he gave me a pair of microspikes in return. This exchange would turn out to be a godsend for me.
“The ocean calms my restless soul!” This quote always been one of my favorite quote cause it’s a quote I can say “yes, I agree!” I don’t usually talk about these kind of stuff on Instagram but I do think I should explain this picture instead of putting a quote and called done! This picture is what I had been doing for every sunrise and sunset in Oahu, it calms enough of my mind to get through the day and through the night! You’re probably thinking why do I need to do that to get through the day? You’re in Hawaii!! The thing is that your PAIN follows you where ever you go! You can’t run away from it! Even to Hawaii or any other vacation you go! On this trip I would just walk to the water, close my eyes, put my arms up, listen to the sound of the wave crashing into the rocks, breathe and just clear what’s on my head in that moment! Even though I have a lot of stuff on my mind all the time, just even 30 seconds of peace can feel so good during that 30 seconds then it become the highlight of my day cause I have that 30 seconds of peace! This week, one of my close friend told me to just stop and breathe! I have to keep telling myself as much as I can everyday but it’s extremely hard for me but when I do, it really get me through that moment of my day and I HAVE to learn to keep doing that for my own personal health!
To some, it’s just water. To me, it’s where I regain my sanity!
This is the place where a legend lost his rucksack 😂😂😂
Fierce skies over the Grand Canyon! If you’ve been here, tell us your favorite hike/ trail/ spot!👇🏻 Posted with written permission from the photographer, @exposurescape. #ExploreArizona
lucky to call this place home💛
New week. New goals. Let’s make sh!t happen 🤜🤛 📸 @lorin.st
Can you name this waterfall?👇🏻
This is one of the most beautiful places in the world and it is miles deep into the Grand Canyon.
Posted with written permission from the photographer, @paige_tingey. #ExploreArizona