A cat has been spotted on the 7th floor of a dilapidated building in Borodyanka: a rescue attempt will be undertaken.

In Borodyanka, Kyiv region, people are trying to rescue a cat that was in a half-destroyed house. The stuffed friend was spotted on the 7th floor of the house, which was vandalized by the Russian military.

A truck with a « tower » is needed to rescue the cat. Activist Yevgeny Kibets asks for help on Facebook. He posted photos of an almost destroyed house in Borodyanka, where a cat is on the 7th floor.

A truck with a « tower » is needed to rescue the cat. Activists plan to rescue the cat on Monday, May 2. It is not known how long the cat has been in the house and whether it has food. It was nestled on a completely destroyed ceiling in a cardboard box.

Note that the Ukrainian Armed Forces drove the Russians out of Borodyanka at the end of March. Ukrainians save animals during war
Unlike the Russian occupiers, the Ukrainians extend a helping hand not only to each other but also to animals.

Ukraine has already created a website where you can post announcements of lost or found animals. In the Kyiv region, where Russian soldiers were committing terrible atrocities, a resident saved 16 dogs.

She was not afraid to leave during the second week of the Russian occupation, thus saving the hairy people from starvation. The difference between Ukrainians and Russians is illustrated by a case in the Mykolaiv region.

The occupiers abandoned the dog on the battlefield, after which our soldiers took in the four-legged dog. Now he can take revenge on the Russians.

Another poignant story unfolded in the Kyiv region. Law enforcement came to the rescue of a dog that had been abandoned by its owners during an evacuation. The four-legged dog was saved from starvation.

All Ukrainians come to the rescue. For example, Dmytro Kuleba, the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, took a puppy that was rescued from the besieged city of Mariupol.

In the Donetsk region, the dog was not left in trouble by the rescuers. The shelling covered the pup with debris and dirt. Fortunately, the furry friend was also saved.

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