Adoptions Open: Three Chernobyl Dogs Arrive in the USA this Week!
Meet Casper, Christy and Michelle. They were rescued in January, in Chernobyl, after their mother died. They were just one month old.
Clean Futures Fund have taken care of them for the last six months, and these beautiful friendly puppies are now on their way to the USA!
Some of you will remember, in December 2020 CFF rescued 3 small puppies from the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone after their mother was killed.
Without human intervention they would not have been able to survive the harsh winter. For the last 6 months they have been kept in a loving home and now we are proud to say that Casper, Michelle and Kristi are available for adoption!
They will be flying to the Dulles airport on Monday, July 12th! Our friends at CFF are looking for forever homes for them with loving families. This mission is time critical and we need your help! These 3 beautiful puppies deserve loving homes.
Soon the CDC will implement a ban on importing dogs from 113 countries around the world and that puts our rescue and adoption operations in a very precarious position. We are proud of our partners SPCA International for their work rescuing dogs around the world. For more information about the CDC ban please visit SPCA International or their website where you can also find a letter to send to the CDC to request that they reconsider this decision.
We are so grateful for your support. Without you we would not be able to care for these animals. Thank you from the bottom of our puppy-loving hearts!
Important: If you are interested in adopting one of these special dogs into your family, watch the video on this page and complete the adoption form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdhScijuciDq3gdqb2VxJFcfrR0JrMjQDHxJD_OEF3-z51enw/viewform
We also remind you of the competition to choose the name for a future rescue puppy!
Since you’re here…
Contamination Zone is a group of people who are united by our love for the Chernobyl Zone. We are a non-profit organisation and every year we raise thousands of euros for good causes in the Chernobyl Zone, such as firefighting equipment, monument restoration, animal welfare and more.