Monmouth County SPCA Saves Dog After Family Dies of COVID-19
While we are scrambling to take care of each other, some may forget about how this pandemic is affecting pets.
Last weekend, Monmouth County SPCA rescued a pup that lost its two owners after they passed away from COVID-19.
Che-Che was found scared and shaking when the good people from MCSPCA arrived to save her. Luckily, she is in good hands now and getting love from MCSPA staff through their PPE.
Here's the story from MCSPCA's Facebook page.
Che-Che is just one example of the pets that have been displaced during the pandemic. Also, due to coronavirus, MCSPCA fundraising events have been canceled. They need your help now more than ever.
A donation during MCSPCA's Compassion Counts campaign will honor the lives of Che-Che's family. Plus, gifts will be matched. Their goal is $200,000. Visit their website to contribute and help the animals and staff at Monmouth SPCA.
Che-Che is currently not available for adoption. MCSPCA is telling everyone to watch their social media accounts and website for updates.