” It’s a bad scenario here. We are not enabled to go outdoors and I am afraid my canines and cats will run out food soon. I am worried if I or my household get contaminated with the infection then all of the pets and cats might be killed by police officers.”
Without earnings from its regular paid work at the moment, she fears the animal centre’s savings might be consumed soon.
” It’s costly to rescue these animals”, she stated.
As soon as the lockdown is over, the animals will be readily available for adoption.
The coronavirus break out started in late December, but it intensified as individuals went away for Chinese New Year in January. Many individuals went to go to household in other cities, leaving food behind for their family pets thinking they would just be away for a few days.
However then the lockdown was introduced. More than 60 million people in Hubei province were positioned under travel restrictions. People were not able to go back to their houses and the food they had actually left for their pets had started to run out.