Brazil Rejected Him: England National Team Players Adopted A Qatari Cat During The 2022 World Cup In Qatar

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The England national team took a completely different measure from Brazil after they were knocked out of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. What Kyle Walker and John Stones did was adopt a Qatari stray but not to fight the 56-year-old mufa without lifting the World Cup.

The protagonist of this story is called “Dave” and he appeared in the middle of the concentration at the start of the World Cup, becoming the best friend of the Manchester City defenders thanks to the care provided.

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At first, Walker and Stones were going to adopt the Qatari cat if the England national team was established at Qatar 2022. But as the illusion was cut in the quarter-finals against France and they grew too fond of the animal, footballers have decided to give it a new life on another continent.

“Dave is welcome at the table. He was there for a day, so Stones and I adopted him. There are people who don’t really like the cat, but I like them,” the fullback said. right.

The cat has been in the Qatar Animal Welfare Society since the players took on the health expenses, which exceed 2,500 euros, such as microchip insertion and disease vaccinations.

In addition, Walker and Stones have already started the corresponding administrative procedures to take the cat, although they still have to castrate it to be able to enter it in Europe.

Overpopulation of cats in Qatar

england players adopted cat world cup 2022 qatar

While this is the first time a cat has been spotted at a press conference, tourists enjoying the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have already been shocked by the numbers seen on the streets. Even one of the French footballers Randal Kolo Muani revealed that Ousmane Dembele was not having a good time as he was scared of them.

“Ousmane is afraid of cats. There are cats walking around and they scare him. It makes us all laugh,” said the footballer.

Although the government tried to tackle the number of stray cats with a sterilization campaign, it failed. In any event, the Qatari government’s Ministry of Environment was responsible for setting up a refuge in Al Mazrouah and another in Rawdat Al Faras to house the animals.

Images: Instagram – englandfootball

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