I really hope she makes the most of the years she has left to be free.
He gets through his first test of freedom and is happy for the rest of his life.
She had to live in India as a slave for the first 46 years of her life. She is used to carry guests through the streets as well as for religious processions and temple rituals.
Before her release in January of this year, all of this happened.
Can you imagine how hard it must be for a Bengal elephant that is being ridden by tourists to get through the busy streets?
At last, she got her first taste of freedom. Wildlife SOS helped her and set her free. Wildlife SOS finally set Karma free. She will have a good time there for the rest of her life, or at least her caretakers will try to make sure she does.
Karma will need a lot of medical care because she is blind. The staff would take care of her, and doctors would give her a thorough checkup. After walking on good ground for a few weeks, her feet started to feel better, and the medical staff helped her feel more at ease and happy.
We are sure that everyone around Karma is doing everything they can to help her now that she is moving steadily towards both physical and mental health.
We hope she can spend the rest of her life in peace, loving and being free, and doing the things elephants love to do.
Lovely girl, I hope you live a long and happy life.
I hope she stays healthy and happy as she gets older, and I hope she has a great day. She feels so sad that this has happened to her.