Britain is facing an acute shortage of Pets because of the epidemic COVID-19. As reported by the Financial Times, appeared on the isolation, the lonely, the British lined up in the queue in order to buy a pet.

As reported by the breeders, the demand for animals in April jumped by 140 percent. At the same time to receive the coveted “four-legged friend of man” fast you can not even hope – waiting lists in many cases increased from the usual 100 people to 400.

In turn, the Royal society for the prevention of violence against animals recorded an increase in the number of visits to their orphanages and nurseries 600 percent. It is clarified that especially sitting on the quarantine of Britons interested in a Cocker poodle (Cockapoo), French bulldogs and other breeds of dogs which are relatively easy to care for.