Coronavirus: Argentina distributes food to street dogs so they won’t go hungry

The coronavirus outbreak continues to spread around the world. To prevent the spread of Covid-19, many people are in quarantine and many companies have had to close their doors.

These measures affect many abandoned dogs, which no longer receive almost any food. For this reason, an initiative began in Cordoba, Argentina.

When many people are in quarantine, there are many abandoned dogs that roam the streets without anyone to give them food and something to drink.

Now, authorities in the city of Villa Carlos Paz, in Cordoba, Argentina, have decided to help the dogs, writes Todo Noticias.

The initiative is to distribute food to roaming dogs. Puppy food is placed in blue boxes on the streets.

Those who deliver the food are veterinarians and zoonoses.

Authorities have asked people not to take those blue containers if they see them in the streets.

I think that’s a great idea because we also have to think about our beloved animals in these difficult times. I hope this idea will inspire other places in the world.

If you like this idea, share it with your friends. Thank you.

Source: La Biblia De Los Animales

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