Animal Aid Unlimited

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Animal Aid Unlimited
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Formation2002
FounderErika, Jim, Claire Abrams
Founded atUdaipur city of Rajasthan, India
TypeAnimal Welfare NGO
Staff
50
Websitehttps://animalaidunlimited.org

Animal Aid Unlimited, founded in 2002, is an Indian animal rescue organisation, based in Udaipur city of Rajasthan.[1] The organisation rescues and treats the street animals.[2][1] They gained more popularity worldwide after they started posting videos of their rescue on their YouTube channel, Animal Aid Unlimited, India. As of October 2018, their YouTube channel has over 2.2 million subscribers. Some of the most viral videos of the channel are "Injured mama and baby cow inseparable: rescued", "Drowning dog's desperate wish comes true" and "Stuck for hours in rock solid tar, puppies rescued" all of which have 21, 32 and 24 million views respectively.

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Animal Aid Unlimited was founded in 2002 by Erika, Jim and Claire Abrams, originally hailing from Seattle in the United States. They opened the Animal Aid Hospital in 2003.[citation needed] As of 2018, there is a 50 member staff which works towards the rescue, welfare and treatment of various animals in and around the city of Udaipur, Rajasthan.

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  1. ^ a b Winter, Stuart (2017-10-20). "WATCH: Incredible rescue to save drowning dog at the bottom of a well". Express.co.uk. Retrieved 2018-01-20.
  2. ^ "Puppies Stuck In Solid Tar Get New Lease On Life After Many Soapy Baths". CBS New York. Retrieved 2018-01-20.

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