Stray animals are not forgotten in the curfew
Bağcılar Municipality does not leave life-allies alone in the two-day curfew due to Covid-19.
Editör: Hafize Çiğdem Koçaker
05 Aralık 2020 - 12:21
Teams affiliated to the Directorate of Health Affairs leave food for animals living on the streets at 63 parks and at designated points on the streets. In addition, the drinkers throughout the district are also filled. The weekend curfew, published by the Ministry of Internal Affairs within the scope of the corona virus outbreak measures and started at 21:00 yesterday evening, will end at 05:00 on Monday morning. Street animals will have difficulty in finding food during these two days, especially because places such as cafeterias and restaurants are also closed. The Municipality of Bağcılar, which meets the water and food needs of stray animals in normal times, has intensified its activities in order not to have trouble for dear friends on days of ban. Food and water are left to nutrition centers For this purpose, Health Affairs Directorate personnel increased the support of dry food to stray animals with the start of the ban. Cat and dog food is left to the mammoths set up in 63 parks. The teams leave food to the specified addresses in line with the requests. Stray animals satisfy their food needs by eating food left in their nutritional focus. At the same time, water containers at certain points throughout the district are also filled. These operations will continue uninterruptedly on Saturday and Sunday, when the ban is ongoing by the two teams with vehicles. We don't leave them without love and food Stating that the Turkish teams are on the field for 7 days, Bağcılar Mayor Lokman Çağırıcı said, “Our dear friends are also very negatively affected by the corona virus outbreak. As Bağcılar Municipality, we do not forget the street animals during the curfew, as we do in normal days, we continue to feed them. A good life is their most natural right. "We do not leave them without love and food," he said. Approximately 200 kg of food is expected to be distributed in this special food program for stray animals.