As facts becomes muddled and as multiple rescue organizations claim to be raising more than a million dollars to transport the dogs and cats of Kabul Small Animal Rescue in Afghanistan out of the country, kindhearted people have been warned about sending donations to questionable organizations.
On Tuesday evening, Charlotte posted an update; albeit vague – the words were encouraging and gave followers a chance to pass on their kind and sympathetic words and prayers:
“Charlotte here! I want to apologize for the quiet social media. We are busy making plans, checking them twice, sorting out details, and keeping things quiet to maintain our own and the animals’ security. We know it’s not the most satisfying feed to follow, but please know that behind the scenes we are busting our tails to do everything we can to save our furry friends, and we deeply appreciate everyone’s continued concern and support.”Charlotte Maxwell-Jones
Meanwhile, the photo of rescue dogs in carriers in a hangar at the airport continues to draw a firestorm of criticism. The United States Central Command has denied leaving their dogs, however the fate of these working dogs left behind remains unclear. Some of these dogs have been reported to include former Afghan security forces working dogs.
For the present, reports have emerged that the dogs were turned loose and American soldiers spread dog food in the hangar area for the dogs – now strays until the rescue organization can be allowed back into the area to rescue them again.
As to another non-profit organization, Veteran Sheepdogs of America who had offered to transport the KSAR’s animals out on a plane it had chartered, numerous questions continue to arise.
For now, please be patient. More updates to follow.
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