On 4 August, one of the largest explosion in history decimated Beirut. More than 190 died, more than 7,000 injured, 300,000 homeless, and billions of dollars of damage. Parts of the city are a wasteland. It has been declared a disaster zone. Our hearts go out to everyone, and some of Animals Lebanon’s own members were injured, lost homes, lost businesses… Our office and shelter were damaged and animals injured.
If you lost your pet because of the explosion, know of an animal injured by the explosion, found a lost cat or dog, or you have a pet but life is hard now because of the explosion, we will help you.
Whatsapp 70 223 808
Call 01 751 678
2 – hours after explosion that team deployed to help
870+ – requests for help we have received from people
354 – people volunteered in the search and rescue and care
412 – animals given veterinary care
139 – animals taken to our shelter
68 – rescued animals currently needing adoption
125 – lost animals reunited with their guardians
8,400 – kilograms of food distributed for affected animals
7,900+ – hours spent on the ground in affected area
Our greatest appreciation and thanks to all of the volunteers, supporters, organizations and friends that have so generously made this lifesaving work possible.
In an absolutely terrible time, you have saved hundreds of animals have brought tears of joy for so many people.