Veterinary Register calls for shelters to save spaces for animals "orphaned" by pandemic

By TPN/Lusa, In News · 22 Feb 2021, 12:00 · 1 Comments

José Cid said spaces should be saved for such situations to ensure animals “orphaned” by the pandemic are “never abandoned” or without protection

The president of Portugal’s Veterinary Register has called for shelters to save spaces for animals whose owners have died due to Covid. José Cid said spaces should be saved for such situations to ensure animals “orphaned” by the pandemic are “never abandoned” or without protection. His comments came following a rise in deaths in Portugal in the last year due to covid-19 and other diseases.


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Comments:

This is another lie!

This animals were not orphaned! There owners have been driven into bankruptcy and starvation, debt and death by wef, klaus Schwab, and the pandemic great reset hoax.
These dogs are also the victims of this organised human genocide!

Stop lieing to the people! Your news paper is another propaganda fake news business.

Shame on you, shame you don’t report the truth of the true cause. Of the plight of these poor dogs and animals.

Shame on you!

By Citizen from Algarve on 23-02-2021 12:33
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