Syria is going through one of the worst humanitarian crisis in its history. The war has killed more than 350,000 people and displaced more than half its pre-war human population, as well as many of its domestic animals.But the shelter, financed by online crowdfunding campaigns, does more than provide twice-daily meals: it also serves as an animal clinic with its in-house vet.
In a cat shelter that is unlikely in rebel-held northern Syria, Mohammed Alaa al-Jaleel gently holds a feline patient on her back as an ultrasound probe is rolled across her pregnant belly. In a time of war, she is one of hundreds to have received medical attention at the makeshift animal clinic in Kafr Naha, an opposition-held town in Aleppo province.
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