Paws For The Balkans

Catastrophic floods following three days of extremely heavy rain this month have left large portions of Bosnia and Serbia submerged and millions of people and animals in desperate need of help. Thousands of animals have died from the immediate impact of the floods, but many more livestock and companion animals require urgent assistance.

Image: Reuters
Image: Reuters

World Vets is deploying to the region to provide support for animals that have been impacted by this disaster. Animals are often not the primary focus during massive disasters and World Vets is committed to bridging this gap and helping them during their greatest time of need. They depend on your help to provide life saving support for these animals.

Donations can be made to help the animals who need medical care, food and shelter at this link.

Please join BlogPaws, Pet 360 and World Vets in the global disaster response effort to the Bosnia and Serbia flooding

 
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5 Responses to Paws For The Balkans

  1. If only I was a billionaire. The next best thing is to offer parts and organs of my body to needed recipients to the highest bidder starting from $1. million which is to go towards the animals in need cause and etc. I may be 72 but I’m young and healthy as I don’t drink and I smoke about 5 cigarettes a day with an average of five walks a day with my Belgian Shepard.

    Call me: 61-466 370 484. jan.anthonisz@live.com.au

    • Aimee says:

      I know the feeling! I wish I was a billionaire too! But even if we can’t afford to donate, we can always spread the word. :)

      • I’ll do as much as I can other than saving, feeding and re-homing animals both domestic and feral here within my area of Calista in Western Australia.

        I’ll keep going till I drop and my offer still stands.

        Dog Bless, opps, I mean God Bless. Same thing when spelt backwards.

        Jan Anthonisz

  2. Carol Bryant says:

    Thanks for sharing this. Donating now.

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