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India’s Police Prevent Activists from Feeding the Abandoned Pets Amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic!


India's Police Prevent Activists from Feeding the Abandoned Pets Amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic!
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A tall, dark, and beautiful labrador was found looking scared, depressed, weak, and hungry in East Delhi. It turned out that this precious pooch was abandoned by his parents amidst the Coronavirus pandemic panic.

After he was abandoned by who he once believed to be his loving parents, the dog sought shelter in a building that is still under construction.

India's Police Prevent Activists from Feeding the Abandoned Pets Amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic! |

Thankfully, someone noticed his terrible condition and took Unmeed, which is a social welfare society.

“Stray dogs had begun attacking him, he was in a very weak condition,” said Nidhi Sharma, who is the co-founder of Ummeed. “We call him Buzzo now.”

Buzzo now lives with his new loving family in Meerut.

“He is a happy child who loves to go on bike rides, not realizing he is a little overgrown for that,” said Sharma.

Unfortunately, not every abandoned pet gets a second chance like Buzzo. “We just lost a beagle pup, whom we suspect was poisoned by his owners before he was left on the streets,” said Sharma.

Why are people suddenly abandoning their pets in India?

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