Narelle Pamuk at the Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation in Sai Kung. The facility is at crisis point as Covid-19 takes a toll on fundraising. Photo: Jonathan Wong Narelle Pamuk at the Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation in Sai Kung. The facility is at crisis point as Covid-19 takes a toll on fundraising. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Narelle Pamuk at the Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation in Sai Kung. The facility is at crisis point as Covid-19 takes a toll on fundraising. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Animals

Hong Kong dog shelters in crisis as demand rises but fundraising dries up amid coronavirus pandemic

  • Dog shelters are full, some because owners have relocated from Hong Kong without being able to find or afford a flight for their pets
  • ‘We’re at crisis point,’ says the founder of one shelter – unable, like others, to hold regular fundraising events. Another fears some shelters will close

Topic |   Animals
Narelle Pamuk at the Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation in Sai Kung. The facility is at crisis point as Covid-19 takes a toll on fundraising. Photo: Jonathan Wong Narelle Pamuk at the Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation in Sai Kung. The facility is at crisis point as Covid-19 takes a toll on fundraising. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Narelle Pamuk at the Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation in Sai Kung. The facility is at crisis point as Covid-19 takes a toll on fundraising. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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