Everybody’s life has been impacted by the coronavirus battle. Not only are thousands of individuals engaged in this battle for their health, but it has also had a significant negative impact on the economy. We must remember that many animals are losing their owners to the tragic epidemic during these trying times.
“Cases like these have occurred often. Their owners passed away or were sick enough that they couldn’t care for them. In these situations, we always provide our assistance, said Victoria Odynsky, manager of the MSPCA.
After spending years in a family where they received affection and all the care they needed, they should get assistance rather than being abandoned on the streets. In addition to several dogs and kittens, Ms. Jennifer the lovely tortoise also experienced this. Her owner has shared many years of residence with Ms. Jennifer.
As they became closer, he made sure to take her to Angell Animal Medical Center so she might have a long and healthy life. Sadly, the woman started to exhibit certain COVID-19-related symptoms. He made the decision to take care of something crucial for her before going to her hospital. She brought Ms. Jennifer to the MSPCA and requested their assistance.
She had the impression that she might get herself back then and visit her old pal. She unfortunately failed to defeat the coronavirus. The adorable turtle is currently seeking for a new home after turning 53 on Wednesday and losing her owner.
The MSPCA rescuers will assist her and help her find a good match, but because Ms. Jennifer has lived nearly her whole life in houses with gardens, that would be the ideal option for her.
Odynsky said, “We are going to care for her with a lot of affection until we find her a good home.
The situation with Ms. Jennifer is by no means unique. Animal shelters throughout the world are observing an increase in the number of animals in need. Many households are struggling financially and are unable to provide for their pets. Others just pass away, leaving no one to care for their babies.
Odynsky pledged, “We will care for Ms. Jennifer as best we can until she finds a forever home.