The magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 earthquakes in Kahramanmaraş occurred 9 hours apart and caused damage in 10 provinces. It’s been 4 days since the earthquake. According to the latest AFAD data, 18,000 people died. 342 citizens and 74,000 injured. 242 people. While the two strongest earthquakes in Turkey’s history occurred almost simultaneously, this terrible disaster affected not only people but also animals. After this terrible disaster, the animal rights federation (HAYTAP) and volunteers heard the voices of injured animals. Trying to reach life from the rubble of thousands of collapsed buildings, teams try to save both people and animals. Volunteers from different parts of the country help animals that cannot be owned.

Injured animals pulled from buildings in Hatay are treated by veterinarians and volunteers in a field tent set up by the Animal Rights Federation.

Animal lovers from various provinces mobilized to help cats and dogs that had been pulled out of the ruins of the city and could not be reached. The treatment of these animals, which are people’s best friends, takes place in field tents set up by the Animal Rights Federation.

Stray animals are sent to Bursa


Animals recovered from the rubble of buildings are treated in a tent set up by the Animal Rights Federation. AFAD teams transport rescued animals to a field tent for treatment. Here, animals treated by veterinarians and volunteers go to their owners. Those whose owners could not be reached will be transported to a farm in Bursa under the authority of the Federation for Animal Rights. Adoption of these animals is planned later.

Some animals left unattended due to the earthquake are exported to provinces such as Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir, where they are to be adopted by citizens of various cities in Turkey who have come to the earthquake zone.

Dogs have been helping people survive in earthquake zones for years. Search and rescue teams that come to Turkey to help, such as Mexico and Bulgaria, take dogs with them.


Specially trained to search for people, these rescue dogs may offer hope to many trapped under the rubble. These heroic animals help us more than we help them.

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