Although all species have the right to life, it is common to notice that not all animals are treated equally when they are saved. Fortunately for an amputated stork, this did not prevent a lady from showing solidarity with her condition and writing the finest narrative of hope and solidarity together.
This bird became entangled in a high voltage tower, electrocuting it and leaving it dazed on the ground. The collision left him with significant injuries, the most difficult and life-threatening of which were to his neck and one of his wings.
She could hardly keep her head up.
Osha was treated for his injuries, and vets had to amputate his wing. Despite the fact that the operation was successful, everyone was concerned about his recovery and questioned that he would be able to go forward.
Except for Elena Ersh, a local who was moved by the disaster and decided to assist.
Elena came to the clinic, inquired about the bird, covered it in blankets, and carried it home.
He was accountable for it from that point forward.
“When I learned about this stork, I went in search of it without hesitation.” I came across an ill and helpless bird that was laying on the ground and not even raising its head. “, His eyes were filled with anguish and sorrow.” Ersh, Elena
Nobody knows what would have happened to the bird if Elena had not intervened, because the vets who first treated her did not assess the seriousness of her illness.
“I contacted all the private clinics seeking for an ornithologist […] when I inspected him, he indicated that if we had waited any longer, Gosha would have perished since his wing was diseased.” “They performed the operation that same day, which lasted approximately three hours; they took another piece of the wing, cleansed it, and recommended a therapy,” Elena recounted.
The woman from Mogilev (Belarus) was well aware of the bird that Gosha had christened and took special care of it throughout its initial weeks.
The little animal was given antibiotics and had its legs massaged. Gosha began to walk after a week, but with limited balance owing to the loss of his wing.
They injected her with a syringe.
When Elena realized he was healthier, she decided to construct a 100-square-meter cage in the courtyard to allow the stork to fly freely.
This particular location was constructed only for her.
There is a pond in the space, as well as a customized home where Gosha may escape the bitter Belarusian winter. It’s very likely that the bird would have perished if it hadn’t been for this woman, which is why they’ve become such good friends.