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Photo 14:38 19 May 2022

Kharkiv's Stepan the Cat receives the highest blogger award of World Influencers and Bloggers Awards

Photo from Stepan the Cat Instagram page

Kharkiv's Stepan the Cat received one of the most significant awards for influencers: World Influencers and Bloggers Awards

The owner of the cat reports on Instagram.

The ceremony took place on May 18 and 19 at the Martinez Hotel in Cannes.

For such a solemn event, Stepan wore a blue and yellow butterfly around his neck.

Stepan was even photographed with TikTok blogger Khabane Lame. He became famous for his sarcastic videos about senseless life hacks.

 

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And the singer Santa Dimopoulos took pictures with the cat.

This year, a fundraiser was organized for children affected by the war in Ukraine.

The total amount of donations exceeded 10 thousand dollars.

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Photo from Stepan the Cat Instagram page

As Rubryka reported, Kharkiv's Stepan the Cat, who was evacuated to France at the beginning of the war, was nominated for the most prestigious award in the influencer industry.

Instagram star Stepan the Cat from Kharkiv did not get in touch for a long time during the war, which worried followers.

However, on March 16, the author of the "cat" blog loveyoustepan published a post for the first time in 2 weeks and said that they were fine. She and Stepan are currently safe in France.

The owner of the cat said that they had endured in recent weeks.

"We were at home early in the morning on February 24 and slept peacefully. At 5 am there was an explosion, and I didn't even realize in my sleep that it was.

After a while, about half an hour later, other explosions sounded, and the windows shook, I jumped up and realized that something terrible was happening!

Offensive and shelling of Kharkiv (especially the Pivnichna Saltivka district, where we live). We realized that war had come to our home," the woman wrote.

Earlier it became known that the cat Stepan raised more than $10,000 for Ukrainian animals.

The collected funds were sent to animal shelters and a zoo in Mykolaiv.

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