We are facing a sudden and EXTREME EMERGENCY!
As the world continues to reel from the deadly impact of COVID-19 and its variants (we continue to help animals everywhere we possibly can), it is understandable that you may have missed the latest in a relentless wave of global crises…
…the horrific runaway wildfires currently sweeping the Aegean and Mediterranean regions of Turkey, destroying land, forest and killing countless animals.
How could we not be concerned? How could we not LEAP INTO ACTION to help the animals (just as we did when fires raged uncontrollably in Australia and on the West Coast of the United States)?
Sadly, it’s the animals who suffer most during these terrible tragedies - and as you read these words, that’s precisely what’s unfolding RIGHT NOW across the coastal regions of Turkey: a tragedy of catastrophic proportions!
Untold numbers of animals are BURNING ALIVE!
We MUST RUSH IMMEDIATE AID - funds for food and medical care - to ease the suffering and save as many as we can! RIGHT NOW!
The fires are rampaging across several provinces in Turkey - destroying everything in their path and setting helpless animals ablaze. Animals are literally on FIRE.
People are desperate to save their dogs and cats and livestock any way they possibly can - but many have had to flee the flames to save their own lives - and in countless cases, animals have been left behind and lost their lives.
Authorities have put out an URGENT CALL to anyone, any organization, that can help rescue animals and get them to local vets for critical care and life-saving treatment. With your help, and with well-vetted partners on the ground, this is exactly what we are pledged to do.
It’s impossible to even imagine the fear, pain and suffering experienced by the animals caught in this maelstrom of fire!
Scenes from Turkey paint a horrifying picture of a charred apocalypse. For many animals, this disaster has brought their lives to an agonizing end. But the devastating, nightmarish images of scorched and blackened animal remains motivate us ever so strongly to race against the clock to help.
For the animals,
Brian and Gloria Davies (and Max and Flora!)
Network for Animals
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