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Dogs of Wars Afghanistan. Rescued Animals Finally Leave Afghanistan. Update on the Kabul Afghanistan Small Animal Rescue

This is an update on the Kabul Afghanistan Small Animal Rescue, story we did on the shelter dogs left in Afghanistan after the US suddenly left Afghanistan, leaving American rescue group, Kabul Small Animal Rescue, along with their rescued cats dogs stranded on the airport tarmac.

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If you recall 300 rescue shelter dogs and cats were crated and ready to be flown out on the week the US left Afghanistan. They were assembled and in cages and ready to board a giant cargo jet, that was paid for by donations from rescue groups in America, Britain, and Canada. The American SPCA was very involved as well.

Then suddenly just hours before the last American Military airplanes flew off the CDC ordered that the animals could not leave Afghanistan because they may have CODVid and had to be quarantined. This was terrible. The Afghan militia was at the fence and ready to take over the airport. No one would stop them. 

The rescue group volunteers could have flown out on the waiting jet, but they stayed. To a person, including their woman leader stayed. Looking at possible immediate death, especially the women volunteers in Taliban territory they would not abandon and leave the animals by themselves, fearing the Taliban would kill the dogs and cats. So the rescue workers and the animals stayed and the American military planes flew away.


Over the next week, the volunteers at the Kabul Small Animal Rescue nonprofit rounded up all the dogs and cats scattered by the confusion that day. They brought them back into the city of Kabul. Over 300 cats and dogs. They were now prisoners and watched every day by the Taliban.

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Long story short. These past months since that chaotic day rescue groups in America, Canada, Britain, and hundreds of local animal rescue groups like Green Pets America have been doing what we can. Finally today they are free. Safe and flying to  America, landing on the west coast this Sunday.

There are deep feelings of joy and gratefulness this morning as we all watch the Giant transport airplane, animals, and rescue workers lift off the ground from Kabul, Afghanistan. Over 283 dogs and cats are bound for new lives. Safe homes in Canada and the USA.

Everyone is in awe and deep gratitude for the unselfish courage and love this group of animal rescuers showed in the very real face of death to save the lives of hundreds of sentient beings.  We thank Kabul Small Animal Rescue for all of their hard work and months of dedication caring for and getting these animals to safety.

We continue to believe in the day when all rescue animals have safe and loving homes. One day animal shelters will be a relic of a less enlightened time. Till that day animal rescue groups and animal lovers like you across the world will continue to save homeless animals … one loving soul at a time.

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Number of Dogs in Ukraine and Europe

Number of Dogs in Ukraine and Europe

  • People Population Europe 746.4 million
  • Companion Animal Population Europe 306 million
  • Population Ukraine 44.5 million
  • Over 88 million households in Europe owned a pet in 2020.
  • Almost 40% of all households in Europe own companion animals.
  • Family dog population Europe 90 million
  • Family Cat Population Europe 110
  • Cat population Ukraine 6.6 million
  • Dog population Ukraine 5.4 million
  • The total Companion animal population in Europe breaks down to over 306 million: 110 million cats, 90 million dogs, 52 million birds, and 54 million other small companion family animals.
  • Approximately one-quarter of European households included at least one cat or dog in 2020.
  • Sales of food for those pets reached EUR 21.8 billion, with a 2.8% growth rate.
  • By volume, companies sold 8.5 billion metric tons of pet food products in 2020.
  • Approximately 150 pet food companies ran 200 plants in Europe.
  • In 2020, those plants employed an estimated 100,000 people.

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The Latest Ukraine Humanitarian Impact

The Latest Ukraine Humanitarian Impact as of 3.26.22.Refugees, deaths, casualties, Health Care, and more.

Refugee Arrivals from Ukraine (total)

3.8M

Mar 26, 2022 | UNHCR | DATA

Internally Displaced People (estimated)

6.5M

Mar 16, 2022 | IOM | DATA

Civilian Casualties – Killed

1,081

Mar 26, 2022, | OHCHR | DATA

Civilian Casualties – Injured

1,707

Mar 26, 2022, | OHCHR | DATA

Attacks on Health Care

72

Mar 26, 2022 | WHO | DATA

Attacks on Education Facilities

570

Mar 26, 2022 | Multiple Sources | DATA

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Russian Pet Food Manufacturers Oppose Invasion of Ukraine

Russian pet food makers stated their opposition to the invasion of Ukraine through their national pet industry business-to-business publication, Zooinform.

The Russian companion animal industry called on pet food and treat exporters to continue supplying Russian markets. Almost 40% of all households in Europe own companion animals.

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They stated “We, pet industry people, are against the invasion to Ukraine, it’s not us who started this aggression,” Zooinform’s editors wrote in an open letter, presented on behalf of their domestic pet industry.

“We don’t support it and there is nothing we can do to stop it. What we can do is to keep doing what we can – to voice our disagreement and pray the war stops, to protect our families, to work and bring happiness to this world, to make it a better place for humans and their pets.”

The letter’s author stated that Zooinform had consulted with major pet industry companies in Russia before making their statement.

The author asked that global pet food, treat, and other product suppliers restore or maintain trade with Russia.

“All 70 million pets in Russia need your products,” they wrote. “Pets are not involved in politics, they are not responsible for conflicts or wrong decisions made by somebody else and they should not suffer because of those decisions.”

Manufacturers Oppose Invasion of Ukraine

Russian Pet Food Manufacturers Oppose Invasion of Ukraine

Number of Dogs & Cats in Europe
  • Over 88 million households in Europe owned a pet in 2020.
  • Almost 40% of all households in Europe own companion animals.
  • That breaks down to over 110 million cats, 90 million dogs, 52 million birds, and 54 million other small animals.
  • Approximately one-quarter of European households included at least one cat or dog in 2020.
  • Sales of food for those pets reached EUR 21.8 billion, with a 2.8% growth rate.
  • By volume, companies sold 8.5 billion metric tonnes of pet food products in 2020.
  • Approximately 150 pet food companies ran 200 plants in Europe.
  • In 2020, those plants employed an estimated 100,000 people.

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Who is Dogs of Wars

Dogs of Wars Facebook Group and website at www.DogsofWars.com have been set up to find and relocate missing Ukrainian, and Afghanistan dogs with their owners. And to provide news and rescue support.

Dogs of Wars is a nonprofit Humane Society located in America to post missing Ukraine Dogs for dogs and owners to be reunited. Funding and support provided by the Green Pets America Global Humane Society. Atlanta Georgia. Founded in 2000, a 501c3 non-profit. Gold Star Rated. Rated top 1% of nonprofits by GuideStar. Dogs of Wars was founded by Green Pets America Charities.

FACEBOOK GROUP URL. https://www.facebook.com/groups/4784440261653484/about

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Dogs of Wars Ukraine Images. Here are some of the images from the Dogs Of Wars in Ukraine. There are a few reputable nonprofits in Ukraine and Poland that are assisting the relocation of families and their pets from Ukrania, A vetted list will be posted on Dogs of Wars site this week.


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