As hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians flee their nation, many are refusing to leave without their pets by their side. Throughout social media, photos have popped up of people and their animals attempting unpredictable border crossings or huddling in bomb shelters and subway stations.
According to current reports, Poland, Romania and Slovakia are allowing Ukrainians to bring pets throughout borders without vet paperwork. However, there are still many pets in Ukraine in need of food, medicine and care. Heroic volunteers and shelter workers are staying behind in the face of rocket strikes to look after these homeless animals.
It’s hard not to feel powerless in times of crisis, but there are methods to help Ukrainian pets and their families– as well as the sanctuary animals with nowhere else to go. Here are some organizations that need your assistance to assist the pets of Ukraine :
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UAnimals is gathering donations to support animal shelters entrusted dwindling food and supplies due to the Russian invasion. So far, they have sent out assistance to a growing listing of shelters across Ukraine, including Provide A Paw, Possibility for Life, Pif and Sirius. “Volunteers in shelters and rehabilitation facilities will certainly never abandon their animals and will certainly stand until the last,” checks out a Facebook post. To help UAnimals, make a donation here.
This nonprofit assistances shelter pets in Ukraine and promotes the humane therapy of stray animals. They are presently working on collecting info concerning sanctuaries’ conditions and immediate needs. “According to our information, all pets live and there is food for the next couple of days. The biggest issue is that no delivery service is presently able to provide the necessary food and groceries to the sanctuaries. And also in the lack of fuel for vehicles and the opportunity in some areas to withdraw money or calculate a grocery card,” they wrote in a current message on Facebook. To assist Happy Paw, you can make a donation here.
This pet rescue and ranch shelter in Ukraine is building up a wartime food reserve for their hundreds of pets and is currently dealing with difficulty transporting supplies so near to the bombings. To assist Shelter Ugolyok, you can make a donation via PayPal (email@example.com), Venmo (pawsofhelp) and Fundrazr or Patreon.
For over 20 years, Sirius has been caring for stray pets in Kyiv and its suburbs. As one of the biggest pet shelters in Ukraine, they require all the support they can get. “We remain in place. We are not going to run! We must believe in our country and our defenders!” Sirius wrote in a current Instagram post. You can make a donation on their website.
Casa lui Patrocle
This Romanian nonprofit has been advocating for animals since 2016, and is currently at the border making sure that no family crossing over from Ukraine needs to leave their pet behind. Volunteers with this organization are working to find real estate, sanctuary and veterinary assistance for animals in need of help– regardless of species. You can make a donation to Casa lui Patrocle right here.
Andrea Cisternino and his wife, Vlada Shalutko, have been advocating for stray pets in Ukraine because 2009, and run a pet sanctuary beyond Kyiv. They remain to care for thousands of homeless dogs, cats and farm animals in the midst of army task. You can donate to the pet sanctuary here.