These are some of the faces of #kharkiv, #ukraine who could not flee when the Russians came; they stayed instead to care for their animals. Now that their villages have been demilitarized, they have been left with nothing; no running water, no power, no food and no stores left or money to buy any supplies.
In these small villages that are still being bombed daily, life has become surreal – all day, the missiles fly overhead, someone’s house gets hit every day, and there is no water to put the fire out.
We met a man that struggles to feed his dog (and himself). There is no electricity and no gas. He has porridge, yet he can’t cook it on an open fire; if he does, the Russians see the smoke and bomb him. But they smile when they see that the world has not forgotten them, and are so grateful for the dog food and other supplies we give them.
They give us bags of home grown cherries, and they cry – and we cannot help but cry with them.
This is life 3km from the front line.
Please keep helping them
Thank you! ❤
Eatstern Europe need our help, the amount of animals in need of care is growing exponentially and things need to change – and we have a plan.
Love and kindness are never wasted. They always make a difference. They bless the one who receives them, and they bless you, the giver.
We want to change the way animals are sheltered and tansported across Europe, and this is not an insurmountable task, it just needs dedication – and that dedication is something we all can do at some level.
We have designed a radical new way of animal santuaries, with the inclusion of an exisiting method of ‘bio-security’ but now applied to ‘companion animals’.
If we can build the first one in Ukraine then we can build them across Europe – we can be the change – all of us.
You can help, please donate what you can and/or spread the word – if we can get this message out to everyone then we can do this – we can be the change.