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Injured Camel in Sanghar Scheduled to Receive Artificial Limbs in September

In a heartening development amidst a distressing incident, efforts to rehabilitate an injured camel from Sanghar to an Animal Shelter in Karachi are well underway, with significant strides made towards aiding the animal’s recovery. The camel, tragically subjected to the loss of its legs allegedly by a local wadera in Sanghar, is now receiving crucial support from Bionics, a robotics company, in collaboration with the Department of Livestock.

The joint initiative has led to the design and near-completion of a specialized steel support system to assist the camel, named ‘Camie,’ in standing on three legs. This innovative solution, aimed at ensuring Camie’s mobility during the initial stages of recovery, underscores the intersection of technology and compassion in veterinary care.

“Bionics has announced that Camie will be able to walk with the aid of a supporting frame over the next two months,” noted a spokesperson involved in the rehabilitation efforts.

Looking ahead, the focus will shift to further enhancing Camie’s recovery journey. Plans include the implementation of advanced artificial limbs constructed from durable materials such as fiber, steel, and aircraft-grade aluminum. These prosthetic limbs are scheduled to be implanted in September, marking a critical phase towards restoring the camel’s ability to move independently.

“After the successful implantation of the artificial limbs, the iron support frame currently aiding Camie will be removed,” affirmed management at Bionics, highlighting the company’s commitment to integrating cutting-edge technology with compassionate care.

The initiative not only highlights the resilience of Camie but also serves as a testament to ongoing advancements in veterinary science and robotics applied to animal welfare. It underscores the collaborative efforts of stakeholders to provide comprehensive care and rehabilitation for animals affected by adversity, ensuring they regain their mobility and quality of life.

As Camie continues on its path to recovery, supported by technological innovation and dedicated veterinary care, the story serves as a beacon of hope amidst challenges, demonstrating the power of human ingenuity and compassion in alleviating animal suffering.

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