Volunteers take dogs from the Nikopol shelter to Poland. Homeless animals were personally picked up by foreign volunteers who were not afraid to come to Nikopol during the shelling.
Volunteers take dogs from the Nikopol shelter to Poland. Homeless animals were personally picked up by foreign volunteers who were not afraid to come to Nikopol during the shelling. This became known from Facebook. The main volunteer of Nikopol, Olena Voshun, told about the evacuation of animals.
12 dogs with disabilities and old women went in the first car. In the second car, there are 10 more dogs, some of which are already waiting for their families.
"We should be happy that the children are being taken to a safe place. But it is so difficult, so scary, so nervous to let your children go forever. And so far there is no joy in the soul, only tears and desolation. The most difficult part is the road and crossing the border," writes the chief volunteer of Nikopol.
In civilized Poland and animal shelters, everything is much better than here. And most importantly, they don't shoot, kill, destroy all living things. Therefore, dogs from Nikopol will be much safer there.
Olena expresses her huge gratitude to her Polish friends, who not only do everything to save our animals, but also brought them a bunch of gifts with them. These are incredible people, because not all Ukrainians agree to go to Nikopol because of shelling. Poles understand that they have a mission to save dogs and are not afraid of anything:
"If it weren't for such great difficulties with processing documents for the export of dogs and a lot of bureaucratic obstacles, the Poles would probably take all Ukrainian animals. Thank you, our Polish brothers and sisters."
Andrii helped to understand with the Poles. He acted as a translator. The boy was also thanked.
Yesterday it became known that a car with disabled dogs from Nikopol is approaching the border. The second car brought the animals closer to the border. The dogs were temporarily left on hold. Then they will be transported across the border in another car.
"The Poles again organized everything themselves. Both the delay and the transport were found. Well done! I'm less worried about this group. At least they will be able to rest after a long journey, run. My little tails, I want to hug everyone," Olena writes.