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Report: There are 6.2 crore stray dogs and 91 lakh cats in the country…

New Delhi | Report Of Dog Cat : The report of ‘The State of Pet Homelessness Index Data for India’ has come out. The information that has come out in this report is that there are about 6.2 crore stray dogs and 91 lakh stray cats in India. 77 percent of India’s population believes that they see a stray dog ​​at least once a week. According to the data in the report, the population of stray animals is increasing continuously. This rising number is at the bottom of the country’s score of ‘All Pets Wanted’. Overall, India scored 2.4 points on a 10-point scale.

Report Of Dog Cat :

what does the report say

Report Of Dog Cat : The report said that about 68 percent of people say that they see a stray cat at least once a week. Whereas about 77 percent of the people say that they see a stray dog ​​at least once a week. According to the report, there are about 8 crore stray cats and dogs in the country, including 6.2 crore stray dogs and 91 lakh stray cats. Along with this, there are 88 lakh stray dogs and cats in the shelter home.

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Do not go to the veterinarians

Report Of Dog Cat : It has also been revealed in the report that 85 percent of the domesticated animals in India are stray. 61 percent of people in India say they don’t go to the vet because of reasons like distance, reputation or facilities. This is significantly higher than the global average of 31 per cent and moves it down the ‘All Pets Care For’ score according to the index.

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Shivam Bangwal

Shivam Bangwal is an India-based Entrepreneur. He is the Founder of Successful Startups like Youthistaan, People News Chronicle, Hitchhike TV & Branding Panther. Shivam has done his Master's in Computer Applications.

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