Every day, 30 to 50 lumpy cows are transported to our camps. Their skin is covered in pus-filled lumps, and when those lumps rupture, blood begins to ooze from the wounds. They even get a high fever, have excessive salivation, and have trouble standing and sitting. These sick cows risk dying from this disease if they are not treated in a timely manner.
In India, more than 1.3 million cows have been infected with the lumpy disease. It spreads quickly among cows. These silent victims are going through a lot of pain.