Last Updated on March 5, 2022 by Pets Feed
The Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control, Florida, celebrated that for the first time in its history, all pets under its care found a family.
In addition to promoting the importance of physical and mental health, the covid-19 pandemic has also softened the hearts of thousands of people who wanted to add a commitment to their lives, such as caring for a pet.
A video that has gone viral on the network shows the moment duty personnel from the Department of Animal Care and Control in Palm Beach County, Florida celebrate that for the first time in its history, all pets that found under its shelter they found a family.
In the recording, the service staff outside the kennels can be seen cheering and cheering for the achievement of one of their biggest goals, giving a second chance to animals abandoned by their owners or without shelter.
Through its Facebook account, the Department expressed:
Thank you to the shelter staff and volunteers who work tirelessly to care for, find homes and advocate for the pets that come through these doors; thank you to our amazing adoptive parents who open their hearts and homes to thousands of animals each year; Thank you to everyone who has chosen to adopt a shelter pet, either here or at one of the other amazing organizations; through our partner investment organizations around the world; without them it would not be possible.
The Department of Animal Care and Control has three kennels, one of which is for lost animals or animals that have not been claimed by their owners. It is the one that completely emptied and the one that caused the excitement of the employees.
On the other hand, the covid-19 pandemic has also increased the number of abandoned dogs, due to the false belief that pets are capable of transmitting the coronavirus. Some organizations estimate that there could be at least 13.3 million copies abandoned since the start of the pandemic, almost the equivalent of the population of Cuba (11.3 million) or Haiti (11.4 ).
One of the countries that continues to have the highest number of street dogs is Mexico, as some public bodies claim that 3 out of 10 have a home, which would mean that at least 19 million are roaming around every day. in the streets of this nation. .