Thanks to the financial support of the Canadian organization "Veterinarians without Borders", the Happy Paw Foundation was able to rebuild the affected shelter.
The shelter "Best Friends" (Makariv district), where more than 600 animals live, suffered from Russian shelling. In the first days of March, the shelter was shelled, a large area of enclosures and utility rooms burned down, and some animals died.
During April, the Happy Paw Foundation completely repaired the fence around the shelter and 2 pairs of gates. They also managed to count 2 cat houses from the rubble, patched the floor and walls of a large cat house and replaced windows and doors, which were destroyed by the blast wave and cut into pieces.
The shelter still needs repairs to the second cat house, as well as the construction of a boiler room and the connection of a heating system for space heating. Thanks to the support of "Veterinarians without Eordons", we continue to carry out this work and will announce the results of the reconstruction later.
UPD: second house for cats were rebuilt, heating was carried out, electricity was supplied for the operation of the boiler room. Also we purchased a quarantine mobile van.
We thank the donors and all the benefactors who managed to return home for the affected animals.