People around Lake Jacarey have animal husbandry and other activities

Discussions with documents were held in the afternoon and evening, while the castrations were done in the morning (Photo: Lais Oliveira)

Those who went to Praça do Lago Jacarey with their pets last Saturday (17/09) had the opportunity to participate in a variety of services and activities. In addition to castrations and medical consultations, the Museum of Fortaleza, through the Special Coordination for Animal Protection and Welfare (Coepa), promotes educational activities with children and a variety of animals and accessories animal

Throughout the day, 13 castrations were carried out, which were carried out in the morning shift, and 24 veterinary consultations, ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Environmental engineer Leidiane dos Santos Silva Castro, a resident of the community of Cajazeiras (Regional 9), took the opportunity on Saturday to bring her dog, Pirata, for a routine consultation. “I thought it was very good, very good service. Everything was well prepared, and close to home,” he added.

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Leidiane dos Santos Silva Castro took her dog, Pirata, for a rare moment

Little Rebeca Oliveira Brito, 8 years old, participated in the educational activity and became more aware of the responsibility of owning a pet. “When you are alone, your pet is your friend. That’s why we shouldn’t be cruel to animals, they are our company, he said. The children participating in the work also received plants of medicinal plants and beautiful plants, such as mini seal, boldo, help and parlor palm, produced by the Municipal Department of Urbanism and Environment (Seuma).

The event provided animals for adoption, animal guidance and feeding samples, with the collaboration of União dos Moradores e Amigos do Lago Jacarey (Unilago), Clínica Veterinária Dr. Bovy and Avipec. For Carlos Quezado, the president of Unilago, the services provided by the City Hall meet an important demand in the community. “The number of animals is very large, so, for this reason, we think of a work of this size”, he said.

According to Norma Paula Moreira, the coordinator of events and education at Coepa, the work is part of the plan of the secretariat that seeks to cover different areas of the city with animal care and other travel activities. “It is very important to make the public aware of the importance of having a leader in the care of their pigs, providing good services to the animals in Fortaleza”, he concluded. .

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