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‘I was crying so much’: Hong Kong pet owners who test positive for Covid-19 on emotional stress of being separated from their dogs, cats

For Lynda Meeks, the most harrowing experience of her 14-day compulsory quarantine in Hong Kong was not spending the Lunar New Year holiday in February inside a government-run isolation facility at Penny’s Bay but having her six-year-old dog Kennedy go missing.“It must have only been three hours, but it felt much longer than that,” said the 53-year-old who works in the aviation industry. “I was crying so much my face hurt.”Meeks had placed Kennedy in the care of a friend staying in Mui Wo on…

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