Australian organization sends representative to shelter home of 250 stray dogs damaged by floods.

PESHAWAR -- Animals Australia, an Australian animal protection organization working to inspire kindness to animals, sent its representative for help of a shelter home of around 250 stray dogs in Charsadda district that was badly damaged by disastrous floods.

'Fazalullah, a Pakistan origin employee of Animals Australia, arrived from Melbourne to Pakistan and on Monday visited Lucky Animal Protection Shelter to express sympathies of his organization with the owner over losses and also to make an assessment of damage caused by deluge to the den of canines,' informs Zeba Masood, founder of the shelter home.

On August 29, 2022 when people in Peshawar and Charsadda were in grip of fear of facing sever floods that was on way down country with ferocious speed after wreaking horrifying destruction in mountainous region of Swat, Zeba and her husband, Javed put their own lives in danger for saving innocent soles and succeeded in evacuation of majority of the dogs to safer place.

The rescue operation continued for a couple of days by using boats and more than 90 percent of dogs were recovered and shifted to other areas.

Around 12 to 14 dogs are missing which may died due to drowning in flood water accumulated in the whole area near the embankment of Swat river at Sardaryab or run away, Zeb informed.

The representative of Animals Austrialia visited Shelter Home and inspected different sections of the facility to see by his own damage and destruction caused by floods, Zeb added.

Zeba said it is encouraging to see that international organizations are showing concern for safety of dogs due to calamity.

She said in reporting of floods damage, figures of...

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