Alaa, more than the cat man of Aleppo Published on September 30, 2017September 30, 2017 in Refugees/Society by maeshelle west-davies If you know cats, you'll know they are happy when they have their tails up. Strands of balloons make for a festive birthday celebration. No worries here in the new cat houses. Cake is the universal language. A local could no longer feed their monkeys and asked Alaa to take them. Right now they are in this cage, but the plan is to build an enclosure with trees for them to play on. Another day, another cat rescued from the rubble. One of the rare black cats plays on the cat houses. Happy kitties find just the right spot to cuddle. Alaa, the cat man of Aleppo stayed behind to save those who couldn't save themselves Happy kids dance at birthday party at House of Ernesto. Mother cat adopts puppy who is rejected by its mother. a family had to flee their house and asked Alaa if he could go back to save their turkey New arrival looking a bit scruffy. What a difference a day makes. Through donors this girl gets some much needed help. Yummy fish donated by a local friend. With the recent elevation in shelling, Alaa has gone to help. At first they thought this baby wasn't going to make it, but he pulled through. hipster cat finds the perfect perch this little tiger will grow up strong and happy just another day at the House of Ernesto Alaa not only cares for animals, but has his own ambulance and is constantly saving others in war-battered Aleppo. Keep Reading You might be interested in Yoko Ono in Leipzig: Peace is Power "The retrospective is definitely worth experiencing. When I was there on a weekday recently, I saw people interacting. Teens were “How long have you been a daughter?” how long have you been a figure in the ledger of life / put a scanner to your face, read Mario Schröder’s Swan Lake: mirror of us Mario Schröder's Swan Lake is pretty, dark and, most of all, real. Hurry. It's sure to sell out.