Bina was just two weeks old when she was discovered alone in a desolate field, shivering and weak at 40 degrees. There was no sign of her mother or any other members of her herd. Fortunately, a group of hikers stumbled upon her and knew they had to help.
They took her to a local animal sanctuary where a veterinarian examined her and discovered that Bina was blind, had nerve spasms, and wasn’t eating properly. Further examinations revealed that she had water in her skull, which was putting pressure on her brain. A risky surgery was the only option to save her life.
After the surgery, Bina’s condition slowly started to improve, and she began to regain her strength and appetite. Despite her blindness, she was an incredibly affectionate and curious little creature, and her personality started to shine through.
Bina’s story spread far and wide, and people from all over the world followed her progress, sending messages of love and support. Two months after her surgery, Bina had made an incredible recovery. She was no longer in pain, and she was able to eat and walk on her own. She even started to play with the other animals at the sanctuary.
Bina’s story is a testament to the resilience of animals and the power of love and compassion. Despite her difficult start in life, Bina was given a second chance and has flourished. She has become an inspiration to many and a reminder that every life, no matter how small, is precious.