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For the past week, we have fought around the clock to help the Kabul Small Animal Rescue (KSAR) shelter to evacuate the now-hellish city of Kabul. The Taliban has brought the city to its knees in terror and we knew we had to save the animals, who faced certain death under the new regime.

THE SITUATION HAS NOW CHANGED and we are doubling down on our efforts to save the animals –the helpless victims of this sickening situation.

At the eleventh hour, as the animals were within sniffing distance of the plane, they were denied the right to board – virtually a death sentence!

Instead of being flown to safety, these animals – some of them once-owned and loved family pets – were released onto the airport grounds.

This, after several days of waiting in cages at the airport, with only limited access to food and  water – scared, hungry and tired, but hopeful.


For a moment, if you can, imagine the terror you must feel as a helpless, innocent animal left to fend for yourself in the middle of a warzone! Imagine being released and left to your own device in the middle of a war!

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THAT'S THE REALITY for 199 animals who are now running around the airport of Kabul, a literal warzone of bomb blasts and automatic weapon fire. We say 199 animals, because hero rescuer and director of KSAR, Charlotte Maxwell-Jones, managed to escape the airport with one puppy in her arms.

She is now back  in Kabul, and we cannot even begin to imagine her heartbreak and utter devastation at the situation the animals are in. The dogs and cats she cares for, and promised to bring home safely, are now alone, terrified, hopeless and at imminent risk of death by gunfire, bomb blast or at the hands of those now ‘running’ the country of Afghanistan.

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Credit: The New York Times



We have already sent emergency funding to Kabul and we promise to do more; we will do everything in our power to rescue all of those dogs as soon as it is possible to do so.

But we need your help to do it! Please, continue to donate as much as you possibly can so we can find these animals and bring them to safety!

Many of these poor animals were beloved pets who were left at shelters when their owners fled for their lives. Imagine their fear – their confusion, hunger and pain as bullets fly and the bomb strikes continue. Just weeks ago, they were sleeping in a warm home,(or safe at KSAR shelter), loved and secure! And now, they’re homeless and utterly alone in war-torn Afghanistan.

Thank you, thank you for being a TRUE friend to animals and please try to help them by donating right now!

For the animals,

Brian and Gloria Davies (and Max and Flora!)
Network for Animals

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