Dogs of war: the conflict in Ukraine is displacing pets as well as people

Dogs of war: the conflict in Ukraine is displacing pets as well as people

Jakub Kotowicz loves animals so much he decided he wanted to spend his life healing them. But the Polish vet never thought he’d suddenly be inundated with animals rescued from a war next door. Kotowicz is with the ADA foundation, a no-kill animal shelter in Przemysl, Poland, just 30 minutes from the border with Ukraine.

Go to full article: https://www.cnn.com/2022/03/12/world/animals-pets-rescued-ukraine/index.html

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