After the a lot publicised rescue and resettlement of the ‘world’s loneliest elephant’ Kaavan from Pakistan over the weekend, actor Mansha Pasha has expressed some hope for the remaining wildlife within the nation.
Pasha took to Twitter to share her emotions about Kaavan’s relocation to a wildlife reservation in Cambodia, stating, “After Kaavan, I hope all of the wild animals residing in unhealthy circumstances in Pakistans zoos, malnutritioned and uncared for, are sorted and/or shifted to reservations.”
She additionally added how vital animal welfare is, saying that it must be a primary human duty. “Caring for animals & nature must be a human duty contemplating how a lot sustenance the Earth provides us,” she wrote.
Kaavan’s rescue from Islamabad’s Marghazar Zoo was a protracted labour of affection and a end result of some 4 years of rigorous worldwide campaigning by US singer Cher.
He arrived in Cambodia by cargo aircraft on Monday to start out a brand new life with 600 fellow pachyderms at a neighborhood sanctuary.
Cher was on the tarmac on the airport of Cambodia’s second-biggest metropolis Siem Reap to greet the elephant and met the vets who accompanied Kaavan on his lengthy journey in a custom-made crate, with greater than 200 kg (441 lbs) of meals to maintain him busy.
Animal rescue organisation 4 Paws stated 36-year-old Kaavan, who had spent most of his life at Islamabad Zoo with out a companion, could be launched from his crate in daylight on Tuesday at a sanctuary.