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“We are seeing an increase in the number of adoptions at several places in the country,” says Åse Roaldset, managing director of Dyrebeskyttelsen Norway.

They have 27 local health departments in the country.

– There are perhaps many who have thought of the idea to help an animal in distress, and which now should be so much at home that they get the opportunity to become familiar with the animal. Moreover, we know that we have a lot of good to when the animals around us, especially in lonely and difficult times, tells Roaldset.

New York city soon completely empty
the united STATES is now the country with the most infected in the world. In New York, which is the city that is hardest hit by the virus, there is soon no more animals left to adopt.

Best Friends Animal Society and the Muddy Paws Rescue is among those who report a tidobling in demand of eierløse animals to adopt, according to Bloomberg.

Anna Lai, who works in the Muddy Paws, tells us that they don’t have enough dogs and cats to meet the huge demand. She call this a luxury problem, and we are pleased that so many animals have been given a home.

Remember at the time after the korona also
If you want to adopt an animal in connection with the koronakrisen, so encourage Roaldset you to carefully think through the decision. One has not the home office for always.

– It is important that you have thought about it before you adopt an animal. Cats can live until they are 20 years and rabbits can be teenagers. One must know what one can undertake.

For many will the home office be an advantage when to get a new family member. For some, it is probably best to be foster homes that take care of the animal until it is adopted out to a for-forever-home, she says.

the Italians dry the pigs
Also other places hit by korona is pets become a hot kommoditet. To walk with their animals has been one of the few ways the Italians have be able to go utendør under the strict koronatiltakene in the country.

NTB reported about an Italian who had been observed out on a trip with his piggy.

The Spanish newspaper The Local writes that the spaniards have a trip with the dog as one of their very few opportunities to stretch your legs in the fresh air.

According to the newspaper a man was in nordspania arrested when he went walking with a leketøyhund. It also appears to several social media posts about people who hire out their dogs for others to be able to go out for a walk with them.

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