Update from Care for Cows
by the Care for Cows Vrindaban Staff
Aug 02, 2015 — VRINDAVAN DHAM (SUN) —
To all the Care for Cows sponsors, friends and well-wishers:
You may be concerned with the future of Care for Cows after the passing of Kurma Rupa Prabhu, but please rest assured that his great work will continue on for many years to come as per his wishes. Go-Seva ki jaya!
Before leaving this mortal world, Kurma Rupa dasa requested his right-hand man and long time go-sadana manager, Keshi Nisudana, knowing his keen sense of propriety and judgment, along with his selfless dedication and management skills, to continue to lead his team in maintaining all the beloved cows.
As you all well know, the Care for Cow’s ground-staff cannot do this alone. You, our kind-hearted sponsors, are an invaluable part of the Care for Cow’s team. Only with your continued support can we provide all the inhabitants of Care for Cows, now and in the future, with the nourishment, shelter, medicine, and love which they so greatly appreciate and sorely need.
We humbly request that you please be patient with us while we go through this very difficult period of adjustment to the loss of such a great soul, inspiring leader and friend, Kurma Rupa Prabhu. But rest assured that while we are working out our workloads in regards to taking on those tasks which he, himself carried out, such as the website, Facebook, correspondence, etc., that the day-to-day care of the cows is being delivered at the same high level which you have come to expect and appreciate.
Care for Cows is a network of international volunteers dedicated to awareness, education and action regarding cow protection (go raksha) as taught in the Vedic scriptures. We also offer guidance, support and grants to like-minded charitable organizations throughout the world who wish to honor and implement the Vedic standards of Cow Protection. At present we maintain over 500 abandoned cows, bulls, retired oxen, and orphaned calves throughout the sacred precincts of Vrindavan, India.
Your friends and well-wishers,
Care for Cows, Vrindavan Staff