Over A Dozen Stray Dogs Will Be Rescued From Beirut To Montreal

@betalebanon | @rescuealldogsco

During the blast two months ago, pets and stray were among the many harmed during the explosion that shattered ’s port and surrounding neighborhoods.

Animal rights organizations, like , have been working tirelessly to try and rescue and reunite missing pets with their owners.

Now, there is an initiative to help ’s stray find their forever homes all the way in Montreal. 

Members from the Montreal-based organization Rescue All Co. (RAD) have come to to help stray at the port, in coordination with BETA .

According to Helena Hasayne from BETA , around 80 were found stranded at the port.

In an interview with CityNews Montreal, Hasayne said that many are even being left behind as their owners flee the country.

RAD is now trying to rescue as many as it can to alleviate the pressure on local shelters. It will also focus on taking back to Montreal the with the least chance of being adopted in .

Luckily, many Montreal residents have already adopted some pups of their own, giving dogs of blast a second chance at life.

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