Pet surrender on the increase as shelters are at a ‘crisis’ and ‘overflowing’ | ABC News

Pet surrender on the increase as shelters are at a 'crisis' and 'overflowing' | abc news

ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Pet surrender on the increase as shelters are at a ‘crisis’ and ‘overflowing’ | ABC News” – below is their description.

Animal shelters across the country are reporting a surge in pet surrenders as workers return to the office and the rising cost of living bites.

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