Australia Coronavirus Covid-19 Animals Australia

Isolated and alone, Australians turn to pets during COVID-19 shutdown

SYDNEY: For Chris Moysa, a Sydney schoolteacher, the spread of coronavirus means long days at home without company. But like scores of other Australians, Moysa now has a new housemate after he adopted a cat named Fred. "It’s just the companionship, having something around, makes you smile, they do stupid stuff," Moysa told Reuters as he strokes Fred, a white cat with black markings, who was looking for a new home after being in and out of foster homes.

All news from

The website is not a news writer, but just an aggregator. The site publishes announcements of the materials taken from the open sources. The news source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. As a part of the fight against fakes, you can send a complaint on the news, and we will consider your complaint as soon as possible.

Related News

Breaking news
Da Palermo a Milano in piazza al grido di #spazzalodio. A manifestare anche Zan e Maiorino
Christina Perri reveals she's pregnant after a recent miscarriage: Our rainbow baby is coming in January
‘Hannibal’ season 4: creator teases pansexual Mads Mikkelsen in potential comeback