Thousands are still dealing with the fallout of the massive explosion that devastated Beirut last month. On top of losing their homes, many survivors were separated from their loved ones — including furry family members.
But thanks to a dedicated group of caring individuals, animals lost and injured in the blast are finding their way home. Volunteers with the local nonprofit Animals Lebanon have reunited more than 100 locals with their missing pets, spreading hope and joy across the city!
In the aftermath of the #BeirutExplosion, one group is looking out for the city’s lost and hurt pets. This is the heartbreaking reunion between a cat mom and her furbaby who volunteers say, was found stuck inside a car. 🎥: @AnimalsLebanon pic.twitter.com/uMX7VMpkUJ— Alisha Ebrahimji (@AlishaEbrahimji) August 7, 2020
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