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Zoya Andryushchenko and the Animals She Saves

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The history of this nursery began in 1993 when Zoya Andryushchenko picked up a sick dog and several other animals after that.

The history of this nursery began in 1993 when Zoya Andryushchenko picked up a sick dog and several other animals after that.

© RIA Novosti . Vitaly Ankov / Go to the photo bankThe history of this nursery began in 1993 when Zoya Andryushchenko picked up a sick dog and several other animals after that.
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The history of this nursery began in 1993 when Zoya Andryushchenko picked up a sick dog and several other animals after that.
© RIA Novosti . Vitaly Ankov / Go to the photo bank“We lived in the city. The number of pets increased and our neighbors began to complain. We had to look for a private house. Now we are at Kiparisovo-1,” Zoya told Primorye-24 information agency.
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“We lived in the city. The number of pets increased and our neighbors began to complain. We had to look for a private house. Now we are at Kiparisovo-1,” Zoya told Primorye-24 information agency.
© RIA Novosti . Vitaly Ankov / Go to the photo bankZoya Andryushchenko keeps 175 dogs and 52 cats on her pension.
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Zoya Andryushchenko keeps 175 dogs and 52 cats on her pension.
© RIA Novosti . Vitaly Ankov / Go to the photo bankIn addition, sick or needless animals are abandoned at the asylum’s door almost every day.
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In addition, sick or needless animals are abandoned at the asylum’s door almost every day.
© RIA Novosti . Vitaly Ankov / Go to the photo bankEvery day Zoya Andryushchenko cooks almost 640 liters of porridge in a village stove which is heated by firewood.
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Every day Zoya Andryushchenko cooks almost 640 liters of porridge in a village stove which is heated by firewood.
© RIA Novosti . Vitaly Ankov / Go to the photo bankAlmost 20,000 rubles are needed monthly for food, firewood and coal.
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Almost 20,000 rubles are needed monthly for food, firewood and coal.
© RIA Novosti . Vitaly Ankov / Go to the photo bankDogs and cats need professional medical service – sterilization and treatment.
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Dogs and cats need professional medical service – sterilization and treatment.
© RIA Novosti . Vitaly Ankov / Go to the photo bankThere is also a need for construction materials for open-air cages and fences, food, medicines and other items.
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There is also a need for construction materials for open-air cages and fences, food, medicines and other items.
© RIA Novosti . Vitaly Ankov / Go to the photo bankConcerned people help Zoya but she still faces a catastrophic shortage of money.
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Concerned people help Zoya but she still faces a catastrophic shortage of money.
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