A Russian father accommodates Ukrainian refugees on his Suffolk alpaca farm.
Sergei Grachev, 52, was so horrified by the invasion that he plans to offer days with free nights as well who are fleeing the war.
He drove across Europe to pick up former professional tennis player Masha Colony, 23 – his second cousin – and their daughter Lisa, four, who were badly bombed Kharkiv in eastern Ukraine.
They now reside on his 40-acre estate in Beccles — help feed and care for alpacas to try to regain some kind of normality.
Little Lisa has found solace in the farm’s giant rabbit, which she loves to pet.
Immigration lawyer Sergei, 52, said: “The Russian people and the Ukrainian people are not enemies.
Masha said: “It’s so nice to be with the animals.
“They are great and it helps Lisa feel calm again.”
https://www.the-sun.com/news/4989670/russian-rehouses-ukrainian-refugees-alpaca-farm/ Russian hosts Ukrainian refugees on alpaca farm in Suffolk