Dog and cat meat sales surge after doctors claim their ‘natural properties’ can help fight coronavirus

The meat sales have seen a spike in Vietnam and Cambodia and as per an investigation, even big restaurants are offering dog and cat dishes for takeaway on food apps.

Dog and cat meat sales have seen a spike in Vietnam and Cambodia during the coronavirus pandemic, an animal charity revealed.

Doctors have reportedly been telling people that the animals’ “natural properties” can help to fight off the coronavirus which has led to a large spike in sales of cat and dog meat, animal welfare group FOUR PAWS revealed.

As per an investigation, the market is so huge that even big restaurants are offering dog and cat dishes for takeaway on food delivery apps, The Sun reports. The news follows fears that the first reports of coronavirus were infected human beings at a live animal market in the city of Wuhan in China, at the end of last year.

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