Many countries, including Poland, Romania, and Slovakia, have changed Rose changed a little bit. They are now also allowing you crane citizens to bring their pets along with them a. also, people will not have to carry any essential veterinary paperwork along with them to bring their pets. Well, it is good to hear as many people will now be able to save the pets from The attacks. Talking about it, one such a pet animal was merely able to survive all different Russian attacks. As per the reports, The attacks happened in the Borodyanka area of Ukraine. The cat has a family now, and the war-hit country’s Ministry of Internal Affairs adopted it.
Anton Gerashchenko, an adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, spoke about it. His Saturday tweet stated about the adoption and the heartwarming news. He also said a little about against the backdrop of bleak circumstances. Well, he spoke about it as his country is facing many issues because of the attacks from Russia. As per the tweet by Gerashchenko, it said, “Remember the survivor cat from #Borodianka? I was sent a happy sequel to his story! He now lives in the Ministry of Internal affairs, fed, bathed, and loved. He will participate in all important meetings, of course.”
The story of the cat:
Remember the survivor cat from #Borodianka? I was sent a happy sequel to his story! He now lives in the Ministry of Internal affairs, fed, bathed, and loved. He will participate in all important meetings, of course.#UkraineUnderAttack #StandWithUkraine pic.twitter.com/yvQYy6QljC— Anton Gerashchenko (@Gerashchenko_en) April 9, 2022
Gerashchenko is for sure one of the famous animal lovers. On Thursday, he also came up with pictures of the cat. The cat was just pulled from broken concrete blocks, as per the reports. Many social media users who came across it were thrilled that the adoption of the unnamed cat. Also, the Ukraine government adopting it is something that is surely becoming an amazing fact. Many social media users also wondered about the cat’s owner. Also, people wear showing concern for the cat’s owners and thinking what has happened to them. A week ago, Stepan, the 13-year-old social media famous tabby cat from Ukraine’s Kharkiv city, became more famous.
The struggle to protect the pets:
The amazing cat’s owner raised almost $10,000 to help animals in war-torn countries. Also, a video of Ukrainian Emergency Service workers was doing arounds on the internet for a while now. In the video, you will see the rescuers trying the bus to rescue a cat. Well, as per the reports, the cat was facing wreckage. The video caught on camera went instantly viral as it was available online. According to the sources, the Russian invasion of Ukraine started back in elite February. Many of the patterns have been facing a lot of fish since the attacks started.
Many people are struggling to protect they are pets in this was Times. Keeping the tough situations in mind, many countries are now also trying to support them. Many have also come up with relaxing several rules on the paperwork and the veterinary paperwork process. This has helped the many honest to protect and transport their pets to different countries along with them easily without having to leave them behind.