Bonus Animal Rescue Story: The Kind Group Saving Pups Displaced By Kherson Flooding
In Odesa, volunteers are organizing to save the endangered animals of Kherson: “I stopped counting; every day, there are new adoptions.”
Warning: This article contains depictions and photos of injured animals.
Editor’s note: We’re publishing this special edition story about the volunteers saving injured animals from flooding. Though much of the attention has shifted away from the flooding in Kherson – due to dizzying Russian domestic crises and the prospect of nuclear disaster – we thought our readers would enjoy a story about hope and recovery.
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Odesa — The acrid smell of the kennel, under the June sun, hits us directly in the throat. It's not even noon yet, and already a dozen volunteers are bustling around makeshift cages.