Heartbreaking images show dishevelled cat rescued from rubble of drone strike in Ukraine


Humane Society International branches in Romania, Italy and Germany have been helping by supplying food, medicine and support to owners as well as helping animal shelters, which have taken in pets abandoned by Ukrainian refugees who cannot keep them because of their circumstances.

Visit Humane Society International for more about its work and to donate.

Céline Sissler-Bienvenu, Senior Program Officer at IFAW’s Disaster Response and Risk Reduction work in Europe, said: “We are continually amazed by the bravery of the many animal heroes we’ve partnered with in and outside Ukraine – from the veterinarians who help refugees with their pets at border crossings to the caretakers who protect wildlife from within the country.

“The conflict, the confusion, the stress and the trauma of war is ongoing, but so is our support.”

IFAW says that since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, it has been issuing emergency grants to animal organisations in the war-torn country and neighboring European countries, helping more than 75,000 animals to date.



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