The founding father of an animal shelter in Afghanistan is “safe” when leaving the country, his charity has said.

Paul “Pen” coin was making an attempt to urge his workers and rescue animals out of Kabul once they became fixed in Thursday’s airport bomb blasts.

Mr farthing’s charity Nowzad confirmed he and his animals left the country on Saturday without his workers.

The Daily Mail has reported Mr Farthing’s plane landed at Heathrow airport on Sunday morning.
Mr Farthing, a former Royal Marine who is originally from Dovercourt in essex, established the Nowzad animal shelter in Kabul, rescuing dogs, cats and donkeys, when serving in Afghanistan within the mid-2000s.
Since the collapse of the Afghan government, Mr farthing and his supporters have campaigned to have his workers, their families and 140 dogs and 60 cats exhausted from the country in a plan he named Operation Ark.

But Defence Secretary mount Wallace has complained a number of Mr Farthing’s supporters had “taken up an excessive amount of time of my senior commanders handling this issue once they should be centered on handling the humanitarian crisis”.

Dominic dyer said on Twitter his friend Mr farthing was currently a “national hero, of giant public standing”.

“He is one in every of the most fearless, dedicated folks I’ve ever met ANd it has been an absolute privilege to figure alongside others movement and fighting for him each step of the method.”

But speaking to LBC on Saturday, Foreign Affairs commission chair Tom Tugendhat said: “The problem is getting individuals into and out of the airport and we’ve simply used loads of troops to usher in two hundred dogs, meantime my interpreter’s family ar likely to be killed.

“As one interpreter asked me a number of days ago ‘why is my five-year-old worth but your dog?’,” the Conservative MP more.

On Friday, the MoD same Mr farthing and his animals were assisted by the united kingdom militia through Kabul airport.

Confirming the news Mr farthing and the animals had left Afghanistan, the Nowzad charity said: “The previous few days are extraordinarily troublesome and dangerous for Pen and therefore the Nowzad team and that we significantly appreciate your patience and messages of support as we’ve strived to urge them to safety.

“We understand that Pen can update you as before long as he’s ready.”

But it same their “thoughts for currently ar with our workers and the the} many of us and animals who have also been left behind. we will do our utmost to help them”.

The final British flight left Afghanistan on Saturday, end to an finish the UK’s 20-year military involvement within the country.

More than 15,000 folks are exhausted by the united kingdom since 14 August.

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