We Weren't Sure Mowgli Would Make It.

We were unsure if orphan baby Mowgli would survive, or if he would have lasting complications. - - -

Orphan Mowgli arrived in a terrible state; puncture wounds on his body, blood, and ticks all over him, malnourished and with large, open head injuries.

He has been under 24-hour critical care, with medication to treat shock, prevent seizures, and infection. See how he progressed in his first week of Phase 1 of his Rehabilitation for Release Journey.



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