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In a world teetering on the brink of chaos, with war, disaster, and anguish echoing in every corner, the urgency for action to help animals is greater than ever before. As the wars persist, the plight of animals gets more desperate every day.


Amidst the turmoil, hope prevails through love and kindness. Our teams are there in conflict zones wherever we are needed. Innocent animals caught in wars, facing unimaginable suffering and horrible deaths, can count on us because of people like you who care about and are kind to animals.

Animals are dying in unprecedented numbers in conflicts. We do our absolute best to help but animal victims desperately need your support, and they need it NOW.

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We were there for the animals of the Afghanistan conflict, and on the ground immediately when war broke out in Ukraine, where we continue to rescue, treat, and feed thousands of animals. We have been working for animals in Israel and Palestine for years with brave and determined partners and are helping to supply checkpoints with aid for animals affected by the Israel-Gaza war as you read this.

Your donation is the animals’ lifeline. We can’t stop the wars but we can show compassion and kindness to innocent creatures. Click here to make a difference.

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After four weeks of terror in Israel and Gaza and 20 months of relentless war in Ukraine, the situation for animals is critical. Abandoned as people flee or die, countless animals, including dogs, cats, horses, and donkeys, are left behind. Those who survive face extreme hunger, injury and diseases. These animals, bewildered, scared, and starving, need our help.


In times of conflict, we stand with the ANIMALS, ensuring they receive the care they desperately need to survive the horrors of war.

While the world’s attention is fixed on the Israel-Gaza War, there is growing fear that the war in Ukraine will be forgotten. Our partners in the region buried dozens of animals last week who succumbed to hunger and violence. Without our help, this number would have been much higher.

Network for Animals is there, funneling emergency funds for food, shelter, veterinary care, and rescue missions. Thanks to the generosity of animal lovers like you, we have helped to evacuate thousands of animals from some of the most dangerous war-torn areas.

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Animals are the forgotten victims in times of war – abandoned in their homes or left to struggle for survival on the streets, surrounded by death and destruction. Many were once beloved pets. Others are street animals who have always faced hardship and are now suffering even more in this terrible time of war.

Humanitarian aid is the priority when disaster strikes. Animals are often forgotten. Not everyone cares about animals. WE DO. And we know YOU DO. We must do everything we can to help them!

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Our teams are on the ground as you read this, risking life and limb to reach animals in desperate need. We need your support, now more than ever, to continue our critical feeding and rescue operations in the war-stricken regions. Please, DONATE NOW.


Even amid the turmoil of war, there is ALWAYS hope. This is what your donations do:

  • Provide food for homeless and hungry animals in the worst-hit areas. Our teams are regularly delivering truckloads of food for abandoned creatures. And in Palestine, where blockades disrupt the delivery of aid and prices skyrocket, our team stockpiles supplies while they still can.
  • Conduct emergency rescues of animals trapped in the warzones and transport them to safer areas. Our partners have helped to reunite many dogs and cats with their owners in spite of massive challenges. We provide others with temporary shelter until they can find new forever homes or are taken in by good-hearted volunteer foster families.
  • Help save the lives of critically injured animals. Thousands of animals are suffering from agonizing gunshot wounds, broken bones, and horrific burn injuries. We help to get them desperately needed care. Dogs like Luna, who was shot twice in southern Israel, is just one example. Miraculously, she survived, and was rushed for emergency treatment by our team on the ground.

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Your urgent donation right now will help us keep bellies full, evacuate animals to safety and support life-saving veterinary care for suffering souls like Luna.

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Can you imagine how utterly traumatized and terrified these animals must be? It’s heartbreaking, and we cannot ignore them in their greatest time of need. Without help, they WILL die – either from hunger or violence. That’s why we need YOUR help today.


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We MUST continue to rush emergency aid to war-victim animals in Ukraine, Israel, and Palestine. Please donate right now and help us be a lifeline for countless animals left hungry, bleeding, broken and alone during this terrible time of war. They have no one but us. We do not focus on a single region where animals need us, but all of them. We must raise as much as possible to help ALL animals affected by war. Please, please, donate generously to Network for Animals today.

For the animals,

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Gloria Davies (and Max and Flora!)
Founder and CEO
Network for Animals

P.S. We often work in the deadliest and most dangerous places in the world, providing urgent and DIRECT ACTION to help animals in need – we have vital skills and experience, but we need your support. Please donate as much as you can right now so that we can continue to rush emergency aid to thousands of hungry, terrified, and injured war-victim animals.

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