Animals being banned in most public spaces

Written by | January 29, 2014 | 0

 Hyderabad Jan 29: With animals being banned in most public spaces and by house owners in the city, there is little scope for pet owners to take their pets out. It was with this in view and to facilitate pet interaction that the Blue Cross of Hyderabad in association with Pedigree recently organised a pet carnival. Dedicated to pets, mostly cats and dogs, the carnival had a variety of stalls put up for the pooches and several fun activities planned to help owners bond better with their pets.

“With so many public places banning pets people can’t socialise their animals, which makes them more hostile and leads to unsocial behaviour. The city is quite backward in handling this issue. A carnival of this sort helps pets interact with other dogs and cats and also educates pet owners on what they should or should not be doing,” said Amala Akkineni, actress and animal welfare activist.

Filed in: Hyderabad

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