Cher travels to Cambodia to meet Kaavan, long detained elephant in Pakistan

Cher, after years of pop legend campaigning, the elephant Kaavan finally has a new home in Cambodia, The Los Angeles Times reports. Kaavant was donated to Pakistan from Sri Lanka from birth, but was held in appalling conditions and beaten by animal keepers – even trampled to death. Times. After learning of the elephant’s situation in 2016, Cher hired a legal team to fight for Kaavan’s freedom, which was handed down by a Pakistani judge in May. Kaavan now lives in the Cambodian jungle – and Cher will meet him next week, COVID protocols allow, Times. “WAIT FOR YOU TO APPEAR IN DENMARK IN CAMBODIA,” he tweeted in October.

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