Brave. Heroic. Resilient.
We have heard countless heartbreaking stories stemming from the invasion of Ukraine. We have seen how war and human conflict does not limit its effects to people but also their beloved pets — pets who give love without judgment. Innumerable veterinary hospitals, animal shelters, and pharmacies have been destroyed in the conflict. Those that remain have scarce resources, medications, and care providers. Many refugees have been forced to leave their beloved pets as they fled their homes.
In the midst of sudden loss and sadness, we have been hearing stories that exemplify the strength of love and commitment to pets from the Ukrainian veterinary community, where veterinarians and their staff are risking their lives to save beloved pets.
As a community of pet-passionate human beings, we are stronger (and louder) together.
In solidarity with the veterinary community and support for the people and pets of Ukraine, Trupanion is proud to organize Paws For Ukraine, a fundraising initiative in partnership with MightyVet. We are raising funds to help provide resources including access to pet food, medical supplies and medication, and helping to reunite pets with their owners. Join the effort!Donate
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100% of funds raised will be utilized to support the people and pets of Ukraine. Funds will be used to:
Reconnect pet owners with lost pets
Provide access to pet food
Obtain and send medications and pet supplies
Trupanion is proud to support the people and pets of Ukraine by matching 100% of team member donations up to $100,000.00. Hear more from our leaders below.
Trupanion President Margi Tooth
Using Trupanion's brand voice to rally the pet community in support of the people and pets of Ukraine via the Paws For Ukraine campaign.
Trupanion Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. Steve Weinrauch, BVMS, MRCVS
Sharing the goals of Paws For Ukraine in a conversation with Dr. Anastasiia from Kyiv, Ukraine as she shelters in Estonia.