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Russia is going to massively increase the number of troops attacking Ukraine - the numbers are frightening. Hundreds of thousands of soldiers are about to be unleashed on unsuspecting animals, who are always innocent victims of war.


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As you read this, our fearless Ukrainian partner, Vetmarket Pluriton, is preparing for a critically dangerous rescue mission: to venture into the highly volatile region of Kupiansk in Kharkiv to save desperate, stranded animals.

Kupiansk was recently freed from Russian control, and Vetmarket has received distressing reports and URGENT cries to help abandoned animals. We are certain these animals will be terrified and ravenously hungry. We know some will be nursing litters of puppies or kittens.

<mark>WE ARE FIGHTING THE CLOCK</mark> as Russia prepares another onslaught.
We MUST get to the animals before fresh waves of conflict begin and the animals of Ukraine are once again left stranded - or WORSE!


We have been helping animals in Ukraine since the very day the war began.

PLEASE HELP! PLEASE be as generous as you possibly can today!

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In this devastated region, the roads are in ruins, so Vetmarket has put special wheels on its NFA-donated vehicle to reach as many animals as it can, as fast as it can. With widespread fears that Russia plans to redouble its efforts in Ukraine, there is NOT A SINGLE SECOND TO LOSE!


It is deadly dangerous work. Three of our partner volunteers spent weeks in a Russian prison after being caught helping animals and have only just been released, but we must go back because we cannot abandon the animals.

This may be our ONLY window of opportunity for abandoned animals in Kupiansk. They are desperate for our help, and we MUST reach them.

Your donation right now will help fund our emergency trip into Kupiansk to evacuate, feed and treat as many animals as we possibly can.


The animals are COUNTING on us - there is NO ONE else.
Please, help us get to them RIGHT AWAY!

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Throughout this conflict, now well into its seventh month, animals have been the helpless, voiceless victims of war. We have found dogs with terrible shrapnel wounds and dogs so traumatized, they simply stare into space. They have suffered abandonment, injury and unrelenting daily terror as their homes have been destroyed and their families killed.

We shudder to think of the state the animals will be in when Vetmarket gets to them – we simply CANNOT leave them waiting a minute longer.


We must urgently – IMMEDIATELY - raise $10,000 (£8,870) to pay for fuel, critical veterinary supplies and food to complete our EMERGENCY ANIMAL RESCUE MISSION.

Since the war began, our partners have shown bravery in reaching animals in the most dangerous war zones. Not even capture and brutal treatment will deter them from their sole mission of saving animals left in the worst possible condition by this war.

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We have only a short time to get as many animals out of Kupiansk as possible. Please donate right away and help us GET TO THE ANIMALS!

For the animals,


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

P.S. Your donations take us to the war zones and help us get the animals fed, treated and evacuated. Your donations are often their only lifeline. Please, don’t give up on them now. Don’t leave them waiting for a second longer - hungry, terrified and dying in the detritus of war. We, and you, are their only hope.

P.P.S With your support so far, we have managed to help 5,000 innocent animals left abandoned, wounded, homeless and utterly traumatized by the Ukraine war. We cannot stop now - the need is greater than ever, and the window of opportunity ever smaller. Please, donate right away so we can GET TO THE ANIMALS! They are counting on us!

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