Not only humans but also animals suffer during the war in Ukraine.
Thousands of animals lost their families and homes, left alone. Hunger is now their daily routine, not to mention the possibility of providing veterinary care. And the constantly overcrowded shelters are now "breaking" from animals seeking help, Ukrainian organizations no longer receive financial support from local donors, and volunteers cannot evacuate and leave them to their fate, so they stay together and risk their lives on a daily basis.
Not only would it be immoral to give them help, but it would also lead to even bigger problems - starving dogs would form groups, become dangerous to humans, and rabies would spread in a flash. We all need to take action together to prevent this.
The aim of the project is to provide comprehensive assistance to animals suffering from war in Ukraine through Lithuanian people and companies:
• evacuation of animals from Ukraine;
• Collect at least 100 tonnes of food enough to feed 11,000 animals a month;
• Collect and distribute support to Ukrainian animal shelters;
• Find at least 1,500 temporary and permanent guardians for incoming animals.