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Stray Dog and Cat

Gully Stray Care

During the COVID-19 pandemic, not only humans but animals were also affected by the lockdown and lack of resources. Gully Classes Foundation, a non-profit organization, launched a Gully Stray Care initiative to provide aid and support to stray animals during these challenging times.

The Gully Stray Care initiative was focused on feeding and providing medical assistance to stray animals. Gully Classes Foundation volunteers would regularly distribute food and water to stray dogs and cats in various areas, ensuring that they do not go hungry. They also set up a feeding station in the areas where the number of strays was high.

Apart from food and water, the initiative also aimed at providing medical assistance to stray animals. The volunteers would regularly check the animals for any injuries or illnesses and provide them with the necessary medication. The foundation also collaborated with local veterinarians to offer free medical check-ups and treatment for the animals.

The Gully Stray Care initiative also aimed at creating awareness among the people about the importance of caring for stray animals during the pandemic. The volunteers would educate the public on the proper way to feed and care for stray animals without risking their health.

Overall, the Gully Stray Care initiative was a great success and provided much-needed aid and support to the stray animals during the COVID-19 pandemic. The initiative also highlighted the importance of caring for animals and showed that even small acts of kindness can make a big difference in the lives of animals in need.

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