Covid-19: Animal shelters and vets hit hard by coronavirus crisis


Staff members still go to the shelters to feed, bathe and look after the animals, but the public and volunteers are not allowed at animal shelters during the MCO. — 123rf.com

Target, Swooner and Tic Tac are delighted that the humans are staying at home. They have company all day long and cuddles on demand.

In fact, our fuzzies are demanding five-star service. Target has decided he wants his biscuits handfed, and Swooner is seeing how often he can con double treats out of us. As for Tic Tac, she is purring all day long.

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