How we helped Smoky, Brulle, Lera and Nochka

Here are some of the animals we recently helped. Beautiful cats – Smoky and blue eyed Brulle. Both arrived at our partner shelter in Kaluga in a terrible state. Brulle took a long time to recover but…

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How the World Cup Is Killing Russia’s Stray Dogs

Our founder, Natalia Chumak, spoke with K9 Magazine about the upcoming FIFA World Cup and the work to save Russia’s stray dogs ahead of the games. Across Russia, animal rescuers are fighting to save…

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School Year 2018

We have great news for you today! School year 2018/2019 in Russia is officially over and we would like to share with you the results of our educational programme.  325 lessons6243 children reached…

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Nyusya and Chernichka, the sisters

Today we would like to share a story of two sisters – Nyusya and Chernichka (which means Blueberry in Russian). They are community dogs. Until recently they were having a reasonable life in the…

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Sterilisation for Yasya

Yasya was found as a stray. She saw one of our volunteers and decided that she would follow her. Good girl! Yasya was only about 6 months old when she was found. She was still a kid – naïve and…

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LAPA’s birthday!

Today is a very important and emotional day for us. It is LAPA’s 5th Birthday! We registered LAPA as a charity in the UK and started work on 1 March 2013. At the end of September 2016 we also…

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Sterilisation stories

Today is International Spay Day. We would like to share with you one of our sterilisation stories. It is very typical for Russia and we think it explains very well why our work must go on. There is a…

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LAPA took part at Family Pets Festival

We are SO pleased to report that our summer festival "Family pets" held in Kuzminki park in Moscow on Sunday was a GREAT SUCCESS. And the weather was sunny and warm! Hundreds of people came to the…

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Kesha from Kaluga

Kesha was found on the streets of Kaluga – skinny, dirty and scared. He is a pedigree cat and obviously was a pet once. The volunteers we work with put him in a foster home and started searching for…

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