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On International Homeless Animals Day, Moscow citizens attended a festival to encourage the adoption of pets from city shelters.
Hundreds of kitties need homes in Novosibirsk – and this lady bought them one.
How a conversation led one of 60,000 Russian adoptees in the United States on a journey to her past.
While the U.S. was being battered by Superstorm Sandy and the Election of Nattering Negativity this week, a steady stream of odd stories out of Russia caught my eye. Worried they might otherwise get overlooked, I decided to corral them here.
The statistics regarding Russia's orphaned and/or abandoned children are quite disturbing with Americans making up the majority of foreign adoptive parents. Reforms have been implemented but do little to improve living conditions in Russia's orphanages. What does the future hold for these children?
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