They rescue dogs and repatriate them to Vaucluse

His name is Mars and he found a new family in Robion (Vaucluse) where he arrived on April 30th. Like other Ukrainian dogs in danger since the Russian invasion, he was rescued by the association Remember Me.

Abandoned under the bombs

“We recovered a total of fifty Ukrainian dogs”, explained Vanessa Manand, head of the association, to our colleagues from France 3 Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur. These animals found themselves alone in Ukraine amid the conflict. Some have been abandoned by their masters fleeing the war. Others lived in shelters that were under bombs.

After 30 hours on the road and a long stop in Romania, a few dogs arrived in the Vaucluse where the inhabitants were waiting for them to welcome them to their homes. Stressed and tired, the animals will gradually have to adapt to their new life, far from home and far from war.

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