POP Quinn Cher faced the lone elephant in the world after a five-year campaign to save her from a life of misery.
He was chained from a zoo there and neglected and went to Pakistan to celebrate Kawan’s move from a zoo there.
Singer Cher, 4, who co-founded the charity Free the Wild, met him for the first time when I met him and said: “This is the most amazing moment and lasts longer than I expected.
“I am so excited that after five years of work we are now touring Kawan Cambodia.
“I am extremely grateful for the support of all those who have joined us on this journey.”
The elephant came as a calf in 1985 and has since been malnourished in horrific conditions.
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Her partner died in 2012, but she is being hunted down by three women at a Cambodian sanctuary.
The Islamabad Zoo was closed in May, and was left to be cared for by volunteers until it was removed.
Asian elephants can live up to 70 years, so Kawan is now looking forward to decades of peace.
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