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Happy New Year

2023 is coming to an end. It’s time to welcome 2024.

2023 has been a roller coaster with ups and downs.

A new year starts when the Earth makes a complete orbit around the Sun. Approximately 365 days. As I always say, each day taught me something new, and I was able to use the same learning to make myself a better human being with each passing day.


2023 has given me one pleasant surprise too, something I've never imagined in my life.

Apart from rescuing and taking care of the animals, 2023 gave me an opportunity to speak on behalf of the animals to help people realise their hidden compassion.I have been able to reach lakhs of people through the social media platforms this year, and many people messaged me saying that they would change.

It is my firm belief that animals are not voiceless. They have a very beautiful voice; it’s just that we don’t understand the language they speak.

So I will continue my work as a translator and help the voice of the animals reach even more people!


I can’t believe that it has been more than 4 years since I started the sanctuary.We were able to rescue 122 animals, ranging from cows, buffaloes, dogs, pigs, goats, hens, horse, and donkey throughout 2023.

Our sanctuary is a safe home for 280 animals as of today. On the other side, our resources are getting constrained, and my debt, the money I borrowed from various people to run the sanctuary, has also increased.

Despite all the difficulties, I strongly hope and believe that our sanctuary will always be in a position to help more animals, as I believe in destiny. If the sanctuary wasn’t destined to help the animals, I wouldn’t have started it in the first place.


We also had to say goodbye to 42 animals in 2023; they passed away despite the treatment owing to their severe injuries, health conditions, and age.

One thing that consoles me is that we tried our best to save them till the end rather than considering euthanasia as an easy alternative.

I believe that animals never feel suicidal, unlike us. Not only my belief, but several studies have said the same too. I have seen animals with critical health conditions eat food; it’s a sign that they want to fight back and live.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank our veterinarian, Dr. Sharmila, ma'am, for always trying her best to save the life of the animal.


Last but not least, I would like to thank all of the donors, friends, advocates, officers, and family for supporting me to help the animals and run the sanctuary. I cannot mention it in mere words.

I have faced threats, hate, and even attacks for standing against animal abuse, yet I have been able to move forward because of the support from such amazing individuals.

In a world where many people see animals as food and commodities, it is not easy for one person to make up their mind to donate their hard-earned money to the animals.In this regard, I can say that I am blessed to have met such wonderful humans in my life.


I wish you all a very happy new year.Let’s continue spreading the message of compassion and kindness until the day animals are liberated.

  • Sai Vignesh


Almighty Animal Care Trust

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