Abandoned Cats Evacuated from Frontlines in Ukraine Need Safe Space

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Animals are once again caught in the crossfire of war in Ukraine. As the frontline moves, homeless and abandoned pets are in danger.

Brave volunteers are entering the war-torn streets to rescue the cats and dogs found trembling in fear in destroyed buildings and homes.


Patron Pet Center has opened their doors to these innocent animals who arrive in need of medical care and food. They provide a nutritious meal, which many pets haven’t had in many months, and attend to their injuries.

With your help, we are helping to provide medical care and support to these rescued animals.

Photo: Patron Pet Center

Dozens of pets continue to arrive in need of help and the center needs more space. Just the other day, 20 cats and dogs were rescued from heavily bombed Sumy region and brought to the center. Klin was one of the lucky cats rescued from an evacuated village due to the war. She will get a much-needed bath and proper medical exam before being put up for adoption.

Klin settling in after being rescued from evacuated village. Photo: Greater Good Charities

They need our help to house all the homeless pets.

Photo: GreaterGood

The Animal Rescue Site is partnering with Greater Good Charities to help build a dedicated space for 200 homeless cats at Patron Pet Center. We need your support to provide a safe space for cats until they find a loving home.

Photo: Greater Good Charities

The center has a high adoption rate of roughly 90 pets a month who find homes with families around the world. They believe that they could help even more homeless cats, if they had more space to take more in.

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Photo: Greater Good Charities

GreaterGood’s CEO, Tim Kunin, was on the ground in Ukraine delivering donated blankets to the state-of-the-art facility as evacuated pets started to arrive.

Photo: GreaterGood

He witnessed firsthand the heated floors and soundproof kennels and the impeccable care each pet receives from daily enrichment, 24-staffing, and much more.

Photo: GreaterGood

The staff go above and beyond for the animals in their care and need our help to save more lives. Donate now to help build a safe space for Ukraine pets. Together, we CAN make a difference.

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