Help a Suffering Animal—Send an Emergency Relief Package

Animals didn’t start the war in Ukraine, but since the day it began, they’ve been caught in the crossfire and injured, abandoned on the streets, and left to survive on their own without a scrap of food or clean water. Today, PETA-supported teams are on the ground, scouring embattled streets to find frightened dogs, cats, and other animals who are desperate for their help.

Will you support this lifesaving work for animals in Ukraine and other areas by rushing an emergency relief package to an animal in need today?

All funds donated through virtual relief packages will go to PETA’s Global Compassion Fund to help animals in Ukraine and elsewhere around the world.

Select the gifts for your relief package below:

Feed one rescued dog for a day.

This item costs $3


Feed two rescued dogs for a day.

This item costs $6


Provide a cat with food for a week.

This item costs $7


Provide one month of basic veterinary care for a rescued animal.

This item costs $11


Fund vaccinations for an animal.

This item costs $32


Fund the transport of an animal to be adopted.

This item costs $95


Help with bloodwork and vital medication.

This item costs $138


Provide a three-month relief package for an animal.

This item costs $318


Amount of your choice:

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Subscribe to a monthly aid package today and we’ll receive an additional $75 from a generous PETA donor!

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How can an emergency relief package make a life-changing difference for animals?

PETA-supported teams are helping animals in areas devastated by war, natural disasters, and other tragedies through critical rescue work, deliveries of food and supplies, and other important programs in regions where animals may have no other hope.

You can build a customized emergency care package to help animals in Ukraine, India, Jordan, Mexico, and other countries with food, medication, and other critical relief.

Victory Before

PETA-supported teams found Victory in an abandoned village in Ukraine. She was so thin that she could barely hold herself up and suffered from severe mange that left her skin painfully raw and enflamed.

Victory After

Thankfully, Victory was rushed to a PETA-funded clinic in Kharkiv, where she was given intensive, round-the-clock care, and today she’s living up to her name. Now, her coat is thick and shiny and her once-inflamed skin is healthy. This friendly dog is grateful for her new life after all that she’s endured.

Rescuing Animals From Drowning

When a major dam broke in southern Ukraine, PETA-supported teams quickly went to work saving frightened animals who were clinging to rooftops or struggling to reach a patch of dry ground.

Animal Rescue Kharkiv, supported by PETA’s Global Compassion Fund, rushed to the devastated region with food, medical supplies, and boats.

Thanks to the support of generous donors, teams were able to rescue nearly 300 traumatized dogs, cats, chickens, and other animals from the deadly floods.

Please, donate an emergency relief package right now and help deliver lifesaving care to more animals like them.

Thanks to a generous group of donors supporting PETA's work, an additional gift of $75 will be made to benefit our Investigations & Rescue Fund for each new monthly donor who gives via this form until December 31, 2024, or until the $75,000 campaign goal is met. Donations made after the goal has been met will not qualify for the extra $75 gift, but they'll still make a tremendous difference to animals.

All funds donated through virtual aid packages will go to PETA’s Global Compassion Fund to help animals in Ukraine and elsewhere.

A monthly gift of $  can help rescue and care for animals in dire circumstances around the world—an extra $75 will be added to help even more animals!

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Make a monthly pledge today and we'll receive a $75 MATCH from a generous PETA member to protect more animals!