Help for animals affected by the Kakhovka dam explosion: let's take a step towards rescue together!
The Visit Ukraine team is launching an urgent fundraiser to support the injured animals in Kherson region. Your donations will help organizations that are urgently addressing the issue of helping furry animals
At 2:50 a.m. on June 6, the russians insidiously blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric dam, causing total flooding in the Kherson region.
Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, this catastrophe has been warned and feared, and when talking about its consequences, sometimes even apocalyptic scenarios were used. The explosion of the Kakhovka dam has seriously and irrevocably affected the lives of thousands of people and defenseless animals who are in immediate danger.
Water continues to arrive and destroy many settlements in the Kherson region. Evacuations have been announced in the region.
The flooding has had devastating consequences for the livestock industry in the region. Thousands of animals have unfortunately died. Thousands need help. Most of the coastal areas of the Kherson region are now flooded, so we must respond quickly to save those who remain.
The Visit Ukraine team is launching an urgent emergency fundraiser to help the affected animals in the Kherson region. The affected animals cannot get food on their own in the flooded areas, so without our support, the frightened and abandoned four-legged friends are now on the verge of survival.
You can make a donation to support the affected animals on the Donate page.
Your donations will help organizations that are urgently addressing the issue of helping furry animals!
Remember that animals are our defenseless friends whom we must take care of. They give us boundless love without asking for anything in return. Now it is time for us to be as useful to them as possible.
Your support will help save thousands of lives of those who are our friends! Any amount will be used with maximum efficiency to help the animals, buy food and everything necessary for rescue.
Let's help our friends together and save the lives of defenseless animals! You can make a donation here.
For more information about Visit Ukraine's assistance to the animals in Kherson region, please see our YouTube channel.
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