Deserted and struggling to outlive in Ukraine’s hardest-hit area, a cat named John was left with a painful damage after a panicked try to flee heavy gunfire, through which he jumped from the fourth-story window of a constructing. The brave of us at Animal Rescue Kharkiv—backed by PETA’s World Compassion Fund—healed his bodily wounds, however the traumatic ordeal left him despondent. Seize your tissues, since you gained’t need to miss this story’s pawsitively heartwarming conclusion!
Since simply days after Russia invaded Ukraine, PETA Germany has been working with a community of dedicated volunteers and organizations to rescue canine and cats and ship them to security. Groups are additionally delivering 80 metric tons of meals and provisions every month to assist canine, cats, donkeys, horses, and some other animals nonetheless trapped in conflict zones—deliveries that can proceed as lengthy they’re wanted. This work is made doable by the beneficiant supporters of PETA’s World Compassion Fund. Please take into account making a donation right this moment!