07 June 2012

Animal sanctuary asks for your vote in Toyota's 100 Cars For Good program

Ming Nau was a pot-bellied pig who came to Indraloka Animal Sanctuary in 2008 after experiencing severe neglect and cruelty. From then until now, her life was filled with love, fresh veggies, cool wallows, and everything any pig could dream of.

Monday at dusk, just as Venus crossed in front of the sun, Ming Nau returned to Light. She died with a smile on her face, and we feel blessed to have had the opportunity to change her world for the better. We could not have done it without the help of animal lovers all over the globe; please accept our heartfelt thanks.

In order to be able to take the best possible care of the animals who reside at Indraloka, and to rescue even more animals like Ming Nau, we need a farm truck. Luckily, Toyota is thinking about giving us one. Your voice can make this happen.

On Thursday, June 7, between 10 am to midnight, please visit www.100carsforgood.com and click "vote" next to Indraloka Animal Sanctuary. It will ask you to confirm your vote, and you are done! They will not put you on a mailing list, they will not ask you to register with them. All you need is your Facebook login, as this is a Facebook app. Less than a minute and two clicks can help us earn a much-needed new vehicle! Vote for Indraloka Animal Sanctuary on today www.100carsforgood.com


Indra Lahiri | Facebook | Blog
Mehoopany, PA Indra is the founder of Indraloka Animal Sanctuary, an all-species safe haven for animals that would otherwise have been euthanized or slaughtered. Indraloka is founded on two principles: 1) the earth itself and all life are sacred and 2) we are all related. Indraloka supports animal rescue groups by providing a lifetime home for animals that are otherwise unadoptable, and also rescues farm animals from cruelty. Indra has dedicated her life to helping previously traumatized animals heal and rediscover joy, love, and trust. In the process, the animals she set out to help have become her greatest healers and teachers. 

Photo credit: Indraloka Animal Sanctuary