Lviv residents urged to adopt shelter animals for the holidays

Lviv residents urged to adopt shelter animals for the holidays

Katerina Belousova

The shelter can also be supported financially

Residents of Lviv have been urged to take in cats and dogs from the shelter of the Lion Veterinary Center during the New Year holidays.

Starting January 1, the center will be under mandatory quarantine for two weeks, and the animals must be taken away by December 31, the Department of Ecology and Natural Resources of the Lviv Regional State Administration reports on Facebook.

LKP "Lev" takes care of a hundred animals every day, which can become your best friend, a good assistant or a careful guard. Give the warmth of home coziness to four-legged friends – they are waiting for their people," urged the acting director. Oksana Viytyk, Director of the Department of Ecology and Natural Resources.

The report added that the shelter can also be supported financially by donating any amount for the treatment and overstay of sick animals on the website in the "DONATE" section.

It is noted that Lev is located at 56 Promyslova Street. You can get acquainted with the animals through the shelter's website in the "ADOPT" section. For more information about the animals, please call: 068 535 45 45.

Earlier, EcoPolitic wrote, that in Poltava due to an accident on the sewage collector flooded the shelter for animals, from which six out of 22 dogs had to be evacuated.

Earlier, EcoPolitic spoke with the well-known animal activist Anastasia Tykha, who opened a shelter in Irpen for sick and abandoned animals from different parts of Ukraine "House of special tails".

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