They Don’t Leave Their Own: Watch How People Fleeing the War in Ukraine Save Cats & Dogs

It is often said that any person can be characterized by his attitude towards animals. This attitude is particularly evident against the backdrop of deprivation and harshness surrounding the civilian population in wartime. Now Ukrainian women and children who are evacuating the country are taking their pets with them without leaving them in the war zone. Pet-stars.net has collected photos of refugees with their pets on the border of Ukraine with the EU countries.

A woman with a dog collects food near the border crossing of Wisnie Nemetske, Slovakia, on March 1, 2022.

A woman with a dog sits next to personal belongings at the border crossing in Wiszne-Nemecke, Slovakia, on March 1, 2022.

A Ukrainian girl, who fled the Russian invasion with her mother, holds her cat while waiting to be transferred to a temporary camp in Przemysl, Poland, on March 2, 2022.

A woman fleeing the Russian invasion of Ukraine holds a dog at a makeshift camp in Przemysl, Poland February 28, 2022.

A woman leads dogs on leashes after fleeing Ukraine due to the Russian invasion. Refugees arrive by bus in the village of Moshchany near the border crossing point of Korczova, Poland, on March 1, 2022.

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