Before the crisis, Abihanna used to buy a bag of dog food for 30,000 LBP ($20). Today, that price is only a fraction of what a bag of dog food costs because of the Lira exchange rate.
Not only has it been challenging to provide food for the pups, finding and affording medicine and treatment hasn’t been a walk in the park.
“Even if I have to sell my kidney nothing will stop me from protecting and feeding my babies,” he told us.
“I never lose hope because, if I do, over 100 dogs will be miserable. I owe them that.”
If you are in a place where you can make a difference, you can reach Abihanna through Facebook or to his number +961 70 984 797 to find out how you can help.
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