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According to reports that we continually strive to review and update, dozens of American military service dogs – companion animals belonging to evacuated Americans – and more than 100 dogs previously rescued from the streets of Afghanistan, along with an unknown number of rescued cats and people caring for these animals, remained in Afghanistan after the last American plane took off from Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul. The now viral photo shows dog carriers in front of a demilitarized helicopter, awaiting an unknown fate.
Bureaucracy and disaster seem to have thwarted all attempts to ensure the escape of these animals and their guardians. While cats and staff were reportedly safe for the time being, many dogs, including a pug owned by a US embassy official, could afford to fend for themselves in and around the airport. These animals and the people who cared for them desperately need you to speak up!
Please contact President Joe Biden NOW and ask him to take all necessary steps to locate and evacuate military dogs, rescued dogs and cats, and their caregivers: