At weekends, young people take their pets down the street to ‘celebrate’
Located in the center of District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Nguyen Hue Walking Street is a place that attracts young people. Here, young people not only go out and play by themselves but also bring their pets.
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Let pets have fun, make friends
Present at Nguyen Hue pedestrian street (District 1, Ho Chi Minh City) at weekends, we were surprised because this place is not only a place to play for many young people but also a place of “gathering” of many many pets . From 20 o’clock, there are many dogs, cats, large and small, of all types, brought here by young people.
Many young people said that the purpose of bringing pets is because they want their pets to have a comfortable space to run and jump. A pedestrian street corner becomes bustling with active puppies playing together. The group that carried the cat also gathered in clusters.
Phan Thanh Truc (20 years old, living in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City) said that he often brings his pets here: “I usually come here at 20-21 o’clock, because this time frame is the most crowded. My friends also have cats, mainly brought them here so that the cats can play together ”.Sitting and chatting with a group of friends around, Bui Tin (26 years old, living in H. Binh Chanh, Ho Chi Minh City) said that he often comes here on weekends: “Weekend is an opportunity for me to bring puppies to exchange. Save with other dogs and cats. They run freely, make new friends ”.
Get more experience in taking care of pets
Not only exchanging and making friends, many young people also confide that thanks to meeting each other, they have a lot of experience in taking care of their pets.
Vo Hoang Anh (20 years old, living in Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City) said: “Mainly come here for puppies to play. Moreover, coming here, I have learned many things, shown how to raise the dog quickly and be healthy, the menu to eat, how to take care of when sick … ”.Also here, many young people who love pets but do not have the opportunity to raise are also very interested in participating. Some people cuddle, you enjoy taking pictures with dogs and cats.
Petting one dog to pet another cat, Le Thi Mai Anh (23 years old, living on Bui Huu Nghia street, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City) said: “I really like dogs and cats but for my own reasons. should not be able to feed. So at the end of the week, I come here to … touch the dogs and cats of other friends. This is also an opportunity to help me clear, relax my mind, recharge after a stressful working week ”. Follow Thanh Nien
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