Our four - legged friends are like children. They also need to be saved from the war 

On February 24, Russia invaded Ukraine. The scale of the catastrophe is enormous. Civilian casualties, refugees, destruction of homes and infrastructure, blockages of supply chains for basic food and water. Children and their pets became hostages. A lot of animals remain abandoned in the streets, and shelters are on the verge of survival.

Kormotech has engaged to coordinate  efforts to save animals and has created the initiative «Save Pets of Ukraine». We identify the problems of pet owners, zoo volunteers and shelters and help them meet their needs. At the moment we help due to our own capacities and stock, but in very soon we will need financial and physical assistance from abroad.

From March 1, 2022, we

Нюхает руку


1500 requests for help

from pet volunteers and shelters

собачья еда


260 tons of free pet food

to pets in trouble

We report daily on who receives help on our social networks here


How do we work?


Identify the problems of pet owners, petvolunteers, and shelters and help solve them physically and informationally


Attract external funding to the fund's account in the EU and convert it into humanitarian aid to pets from the EU to Ukraine


We give priority to pet volunteers and shelters, as well as humanitarian aid to points under constant fire. Also we update information on open pet stores in their cities for pet owners in a region with a more stable situation.

If you’re ready to join our team or to help by providing the goods for pets or with transportation, please, leave your contacts

If you’re ready to help financially, leave your contacts here

If you are in a difficult situation and need humanitarian pet food, leave a request

About the official discount program for breeders, pet volunteers, and pet shelters who have the financial means to buy food on their own, read more here

For pet owners in relatively quiet regions, we collect information about pet shops that continue to work

For press please contact:

Iryna Voytovych

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