While homeless people around the world are struggling for a bed to lie on and a roof over their heads, the street cats and dogs in the tiny little village of Pirogovo in the southern outskirts of the Ukrainian capital city of Keiv, has been more fortunate. For located on the site of a former city dump on a hill outside the village is a shelter for homeless cats and dogs. It was built in 1960 and popularly known as "knacker's yard," or simply "booth". The shelter, run by SOS animals society of Kiev, is currently taking care of over 2,000 stray dogs and other homeless animals.
Subscribe to our Newsletter and get articles like this delieverd straight to your inbox