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5 days Spay and Neuter Mission in Moldova!

05 Jun, 2019

May 20 to 24, 2019: first large-scale sterilization Campaign of stray and fostered dogs in Chisinau, Moldova. photo courtesy World Vets Amazing news from Moldova, where we joined forces with the progressive mayor of Chisinau Ruslan Codreanu, 15 amazing veterinarian surgeons from World Vets, vet students from the State Agrarian University of Moldova and local … Continue reading 5 days Spay and Neuter Mission in Moldova!

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The Dodo tells the story of the family that rescued nearly 400 orphaned bear cubs

15 Jan, 2019

We’re beyond excited and grateful to the amazing people at The Dodo for taking interest in our work and telling the story of the amazing UTYOS wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centre and the Kruglov family, who have been saving hundreds of animals including bear cubs, tigers and others for nearly 30 years now  To learn more about … Continue reading The Dodo tells the story of the family that rescued nearly 400 orphaned bear cubs

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BBC News: Russia: Rehab plan for alcoholic bears

25 Feb, 2015

25 February 2015, BBC News Two alcoholic Russian bears who were kept in appalling conditions for more than 20 years could soon be enjoying a new life in Romania. In February, a court ruled that the male bears must be confiscated from their owner, who kept them in a small, rubbish-strewn cage at a restaurant in…

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Independent: Animal campaigners in desperate fight to save alcoholic bears blinded by abuse in Russia

07 Feb, 2015

Two bears were kept in cages outside a restaurant for 20 years, campaigners believe Rose Troup Buchanan  Saturday 7 February 2015 12:08 GMT Animal rights campaigners are fighting to save two blind alcoholic bears in Russia, as rescue centres across Europe turn down offers to take them in. The two animals, held at Patskhu-Guria restaurant in … Continue reading Independent: Animal campaigners in desperate fight to save alcoholic bears blinded by abuse in Russia

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