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People Are Staying in War Zones To Save Animals That Are Left Behind

An ambulance driver in Syria became world-wide famous for his simple and kind act- he feeds the animals who were left behind in the war zone.


A couple of images taken in the war zone region are revealing the devastating truth, that animals too are victims of war. Despite the tragedy, the animal lovers from Syria formed SARA- Syrian Association for Rescuing Animals and they’re all working hard to rescue the animals in the warn-torn Syria.


“We put the animals in our houses and dogs on a farm in Damascus,” says Tamara Sa, of SARA.


“We have more than 50 cats in three houses and more than 50 dogs on the farm and in our homes.”

The volunteers from SARA are constantly in the field, feeding the stray animals. They have also created an educational campaign for kids, to teach them not to abuse, but to love all stray animals.


“It’s hard for us to work in this bad situation in Syria. It’s not safe for us. It’s hard to find adopters and donors, but we decided to stay here for them,” Tamara said. “We are their last hope.”

Another amazing organization called “Animals Syria” is working to take some of the animals saved by SARA and send them for adoption to Europe.

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Source: The Dodo