Cher goes to Pakistan to help ‘world’s lone elephant’

Cher goes to Pakistan to help ‘world’s lone elephant’

Islamabad: Iconic singer and actress Cher keeps coming Pakistan On Friday to celebrate Kawan’s farewell, dubbed the “world’s loneliest elephant”, it will soon leave a Pakistani zoo for better conditions after years of lobbying by animal rights groups and activists.
Due to safety concerns, Cher’s program was not made public, but “she is on her way,” said Martin Bauer of Four Paws International, a Vienna-based animal welfare group in charge of rescuing Kavan.
The elephant has been in the zoo for 35 years, and lost its companion in 2012.
Earlier this year he was diagnosed by veterinarians as both overweight and malnourished, and also suffers from behavioral issues.
He is scheduled to visit a sanctuary in Cambodia on Sunday. Cher took Kavan’s cause and raised a loud voice for his rehabilitation.
The four claws, who often undertake animal rescue missions, have provided necessary medical care before the Kawan trip.
His transfer battle began in 2016.
“Thanks to Cher, but also to local Pakistani activists, Kavan’s fortunes made headlines around the world and this facilitated his transfer,” Bauer told The Associated Press on Friday.
Even after living in Cambodia, he would need years of physical and psychological support, Bauer said.
Because of living conditions responsible for systemic negligence, PakistanIn May, the High Court ordered the closure of Islamabad’s capital Marghazar Zu, where Kavan has lived for most of his life.
A medical test in September showed that Kavan’s nails had developed cracks and overgrowth – as a result of years of living in an improper enclosure along the floor that damaged his feet.
The elephant has also developed conservative behavior while shaking its head back and forth for hours, which the medical team of wildlife veterinarians and experts completely blamed on its boredom.
For the last three months, the vet Dr. A four-toed team including Amil Khalil and the Islamabad Wildlife Management Board is set to release Kavan. Members of the welfare group will also accompany him to the sanctuary.
Bauer praised the voice of celebrity with powerful influence for animal rights.
“Celebrities who give their voices for good causes are always welcomed, as they help to initiate public discourse and pressure the responsible authorities,” he said.
“There are animal lovers around the world, famous and not famous, and the support of every one of them is important,” he said.

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