Coronavirus-impacted Australian families are pleading for help from theGovernment to prevent their beloved pets from being stranded overseas andpotentially euthanised. Caroline Zambrano learns the details and how you canhelp.
When COVID-19 hit, thousands of Australian families returned home from acrossthe globe upon the Government’s advice. So did Kate McQuestin and her husbandAdam, along with
their children Oliver and Isabella, who had been living in Tokyo, Japan forthe past two years.
Their 2-year-old French Bulldog, Yuki, however, is stranded in Japan’s capitalcity with no indication on when they will be reunited.
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