15 Photos of Ukrainians and Their Pets Caught up in The War Showing the How Strong the Human-Pet Love Bond Can Be
The European Union’s Vet’s Association has urged neighboring nations to ease their entry restrictions for fleeing Ukrainian refugees
As a result of a proposal from the European Union’s vets’ association, some nations have relaxed their entry restrictions for Ukrainian refugees, making it easier for them to reach safety without having to abandon their pets.
Their unwillingness to abandon their furry family members just shows how strong their emotional bond with their pets is
People have a deep emotional attachment to their furry pals, and leaving them behind in such dangerous circumstances is simply not in their nature. Most people choose to have children, while others prefer to adopt a couple of cats and still lead a peaceful and happy life.
But nowadays, dogs and cats are more than just pets, they’re family
But people have changed and now treat cats and dogs as full-fledged family members. A great deal of responsibility comes with being a parent to a non-human child, just like there is with a real baby. But most are up to fulfilling their responsibilities.
The world is startled and wary of whether or not this ongoing conflict might escalate into something bigger and more terrifying than ever before
It is uncertain how long this crisis will persist or if it will take a more frightening turn. The pandemic that has claimed the lives of what seems like an incalculable number of people over the past years was seemingly not enough. Once again, the planet is in danger, with threats of a nuclear WWIII looming.
The tragedy befalling the Ukrainian people depict scenes from a horror movie
Abruptly, the lives of the Ukrainian people resemble a horror movie about a horrifying disease, where things are just beginning to get back to normal when the world reveals a much more terrifying chapter. Everything is happening so suddenly.