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Edhi Foundation initiates a cost-free drive to catch stray dogs. There has been an alarming increase in the number of strays and bite cases reported in Karachi.

According to a report by Executive Director Jinnah Hospital Karachi, 130 incidents were reported at Jinnah Hospital in the last 24 hours and approximately 7 people have lost their lives due to dog bite this year at Jinnah Hospital.

Edhi Welfare Foundation took notice of the situation and have launched a cost-free drive to catch these stray dogs.

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Chief of the foundation, Faisal Edhi stated that children and the elderly were the usual victims. The majority of dog bite cases were reported from the slum areas of Ibrahim Hyderi, Surjani Town, North Karachi, New Karachi, Baldia, Orangi, Keamari, Mehmoodabad, Liaquatabad, Federal B Area and Golimar.

Many animal lovers wondered what would happen to these stray dogs once they were caught.

“Please don’t kill them. The government needs to take better care of these stray dogs or provide them a safe space,” wrote a social media user.

“If there was a center where these dogs are taken and they are trained and neutered it would be wonderful,” wrote another.

Speaking to Brandsynario, an Edhi representative said that these stray dogs will be taken to the animal shelter where they shall be provided with the required aid.

You can dial Edhi Foundation Helpline number 115 to report.

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