Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-07-31 19:44:32 –
“Now we really have an influx of kittens. Some even wanted to take 17 kittens yesterday afternoon,” Sanchez said.
Sanchez said people have struggled to castrate or castrate their pets and blame the pandemic of the proliferation of animals they care for.
“There is also the downside of increased adoption during COVID. Unfortunately, they either have to go back to work or can’t find a job and have to bring their pets back,” she says. Said.
The center has eight open positions for animal care technicians, all of which are currently on the deck.
“Our staff is doing everything they can to care for their pets. That’s where we’re sitting now. We’re interested in adoption or upbringing. Everyone needs the help of the people, “said Sanchez.
According to Sanchez, volunteering to spend time with pets in shelters can help people even if they are unable to adopt or raise them.
“Our pets need to get out of the cage for a few minutes or even 30 minutes just to play. It’s a good idea to adopt them,” she said.
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