SEHA – A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A RHINO POACHING SURVIVOR
Standing in the corner of the boma, Seha instinctively knew these two legged creatures approaching him weren’t the same ones that attacked him so brutally a couple of weeks ago. In fact, they were the ones with the healing hands; in those hands laid the promise of indeed creating hope from hurt.
On the day (24 September) that president Jacob Zuma opened CITES CoP17 in Johannesburg and called rhinos “our proud heritage”, Saving The Survivors treated this severely injured eight-year-old White rhino bull in North West after a vicious attack by poachers. A very despondent owner, who initially wanted to put down the animal because of the severity of the injuries, accepted STS’s offer of assistance in rescuing and treating the animal.
To read the full story please visit the Saving the Survivors website