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Our 2nd Paws For Ukraine Lorry Has Arrived

Our second lorry arrived safely on Monday 18 July, Bob from Shropshire Express made great time after initially struggling to get on a train at Folkestone to cross the channel.

The team at Foundation ADA were massively grateful for the delivery and will keep us updated to where our donations go to help the animals of Ukraine.

We could not have achieved the mammoth task of sending the second or first lorry load of animal aid if it wasn’t for the support of our supporters and volunteers.

A lot of charities, businesses and individuals helped us with both the lorries and we are so grateful for their support.


Cuan House Wildlife Rescue, Grinshill Animal Rescue, Help Ukraine Telford, Kats Kradle, Rose Cottage Cat Rescue, Stray Cat West Midlands, Yorkshire Cat Rescue.


Carmel Vets, Medivet Lawley, Severn Edge Vets Bridgnorth, Sandbeck Veterinary Centre, Taylor and Marshall, Your Vets Smethwick.

Residential collections:

The lovely residential collection points based in Bayston Hill, Newport, Oswestry, Shifnal, Wolverhampton and Yorkshire.

Businesses who supported and donated:

Beco, Catit, Ceva (Feliway and Adaptil), Coop High Street Shifnal, Dale Brothers, Doolittles, Granite Storage, Happy Dog , Jenna Blair Yoga, Just For Pets, Kitties Staycation, Leucillin, PDM Produce, Pet Remedy, Pets n Potions, Safe4, Shropshire Express, Textile Express.

We couldn’t have done it without your help and support and we are really grateful that as a charity we have been able to support another providing care and supplies to help the animals of Ukraine.

Here are some pictures of the loading and then unloading of the donations. Also Grumpy the feral cat who lives at the storage units in Shifnal. Our volunteer Susie who is a registered veterinary nurse noticed him limping and managed to get him and take him to work the day before loading. His paw was treated and he is now on medication to help him with his Osteoarthritis. So not only the animals of Ukraine have been helped but so has a elderly feral cat in Shifnal.

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