Más de 200 mascotas caraqueñas reciben atención veterinaria

More than 200 pets from Caracas receive veterinary attention

This week, more than 200 pets in the Venezuelan capital received free veterinary care from the Mayor of Caracas.

“They are also part of the family and deserve attention, so more than 220 pets received veterinary consultations, deworming and vaccination on May 21,” the mayor reported. Carmen Melendez, on your social media account, @perfect management.

The day of comprehensive care, this time was dedicated to the little animals of the Santa Teresa parish, where the Foundation for the Protection of Fauna of the Libertador Municipality (Fundafauna), deployed its brigadistas who are specialists in veterinary care.

“We will continue doing this beautiful work and arriving every day to care for more animals in our capital city,” promised the mayor.



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