Animal Food Bank is raising funds for endangered pets and animals in the region as a result of the Russian-Ukraine conflict.
As Russia's invasion of Ukraine progresses, more inhabitants are looking to relocate their family to safer ground. Unfortunately, some people have realized that pets are not permitted to travel on some modes of transportation or to cross particular countries.
Some people find the decision too tough to make, and they refuse to go without their dogs, whom they consider members of their family.
The Animal Food Bank, a non-profit organization dedicated to feeding animals all around the world, is gathering funds to assist the people and animals affected by this circumstance.
Each day, there are also more heartbreaking stories about guardians choosing to stay behind because they couldn't take their pets with them, and of people who run organizations and rescues choosing to stay with their animals because, as Andrea Cisternino put it, they would 'rather die' than leave them behind, according to the Animal Food Bank website.
Cisterino, an Italian immigrant to Ukraine who founded an animal shelter, made news when he stated that he and his wife would not forsake the animals they had rescued.
Save the Children issued a statement expressing worry for children caught in the middle of the Russian-Ukraine conflict (along with children living in Afghanistan and other war-torn areas of the world). Meanwhile, Project Hope is working to get crucial medicines and medical supplies to Ukraine.
GlobalGiving connects approved non-profits, donors, and businesses with communities in need of help. In response to the invasion, the organisation established the Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund.