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Canadian Woman Refuses to Evacuate Wuhan and Abandon Her Cat

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Despite the growing public concern toward novel coronavirus (COVID-19), a Canadian woman reportedly decided to remain in Wuhan, China so she can be with her pet cat.

 

Wuhan, the city in Hubei province where the virus originated, has been placed under lockdown as the virus began spreading last month.

 

Among those trapped in Wuhan is Kristina Shramko, who reportedly chose to stay in the city even before the lockdown was implemented as she did not want to part with her cat, Kitya.

 

Born and raised in Vancouver, Shramko moved to Wuhan over a year ago after meeting her boyfriend during her month-long trip there.

 

She had initially registered herself to be evacuated when Canadian authorities started to charter flights back to Canada, but she was forced to stay due to the strict no-pet policy, Business Insider reports.

 

“I don’t know when the epidemic will be over so it’s kind of abandoning her in a way, even if I give her to a friend,” Shramko was quoted as saying.

 

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4 hours ago, Thaivisa Web Content Team said:

She had initially registered herself to be evacuated when Canadian authorities started to charter flights back to Canada,

was she required to register and being induced to leave by the authorities that wanted foreigners to leave?  Was she leaving the boyfriend or had she already left the boyfriend?

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8 hours ago, Emeraldisle said:

The Chinese would eat her cat alive if she left it there. lol

....with a dash of Pangolin p*ss

Edited by 248900_1469958220

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