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As extra animals come into her care in Sydney, Ms Alber says the “attitude” of some pet homeowners can be a part of the problem. “What we’re seeing in dogs and cats is some behaviour that’s kicking in and that could potentially be an aftermath of COVID-19 when Pets News we weren’t in a position to socialise our pets as much as what we must always have,” she said. Our furry pals bring immense joy, comfort, and companionship into our lives, and expressing love in return is a gratifying experience.

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