Thursday, March 19, 2020

Coronavirus Hurts Kansas City Doggystyle

Actually, most residents don't know that the Kansas City metro is a pet care hub for the Midwest. The industry, professionals who work in this field and animals for which they care have all endured recent harsh times along with the rest of the world . . . Read more:

Kansas City animal shelters feel impact of coronavirus

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Animal shelters across the country are feeling the impact of the coronavirus. Like a lot of schools and businesses, most of the work at Kansas City-area animal shelters has been moved online. To keep too many people from coming inside the shelters, adoption facilities, like Wayside Waifs, will have you check out the animals online first.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The way things are going, animal shelter may become your local meat market in a few months

Anonymous said...

What more important? Human beings or animals? Its time to get serious about life. Pets are not people. They are not your "baby" and for the most part could really care less who their owner is, and they dont understand your "babytalk". If your whole world is a pet, then it means you lack the basic skills to bond and make friends with people. Animals are animals.