My Adopted Senior Cat, Grandpa Todd (6/60)

The UK’s Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association acknowledged the surge in pet ownership in their Covid-19 Pet Survey. According to the study, 35% of young adults (those aged 24 to 35) said they had gotten a new pet or were planned to obtain one. That means that almost 2.1 million (or 19%) of young people in the UK have already acquired a pet while on lockdown, with another 1.8 million (16%) planning to do so.

Meanwhile, at the height of the lockdown, demand for puppies increased by 104 percent, according to the internet marketplace Pets4Homes (i.e. May 2020).

I Found This Little Boy In The Countryside, Alone. Initially He Was Scared, Now He Seems To Be Pretty Comfortable (5/60)

Did We Adopt A Baby Hippo? (7/60)