At the sanctuary, a blind saved animal got sympathy and a heartfelt welcome from the herd.
Humans will always enjoy nature because of its wonders. This time, the capacity of rhinos to be compassionate has been marveled at, as seen by the animal herd’s gift of sympathy to their new saved blind animal buddy at the refuge.
Ploy Thai has worked in a carnival for the past thirty years. Day after day, she had to walk the streets of Thailand carrying visitors on her head.
Despite the animal’s blindness, she could carry passengers continuously from sunrise to dusk, each day of her lifetime.
Publicity stunt walked the streets using her purse as a navigational aid.
Her sorrowful history was finally put to rest one glorious day when she was rescued by rescuers from The Save Elephant Foundation.
She started a new existence in the Rhino Nature Preserve, where she became a resident.
The ploy was greeted by the animal herd in such a unique and heartwarming way. The blind animal had not expected such a welcome from her new animal buddies.
They caressed her with their palms, expressing their love and concern. Ploy, it appears, never has pals, and receiving such a heartfelt welcome from unexpected animals was quite gratifying.
The blind animal realized that she would ultimately be encircled by compassionate beings who would be willing to console and adore her.