Muscat: An Omani woman turned her house in Muscat into a shelter for hundreds of pets, in order to meet their needs and protect them from homelessness and diseases, as cats and dogs surrounded their own world and the cause of their happiness.
The Omani woman, Maryam Al-Balushi, who became the talk of social media, after revealing that she took care of a large number of animals inside her home, appeared in a new appearance in which she revealed more details about her life and the reason that prompted her to do so.
In an interview with the local “Al-Shabiba” radio, she said: “Feeding the cats and cleaning tools cost me 3,000 Omani riyals per month.”
She added that one of the donors paid 10,000 Omani riyals,
Hundreds of cats and dozens of dogs compete for Maryam Al Balushi’s attention as she hands out treats on a bed in her home in Muscat, the capital of Oman.
Despite complaints from neighbors and the increased expenses, Al Balushi has rounded up around 480 cats and 12 dogs, describing her pets as a better mood lifter and better faithful than humans. Al Balushi said.
Oman has seen an increase in the number of homeless animals in recent years, according to local media reports, despite financial penalties for leaving a pet in the street.
But Maryam Al-Balushi, a mother of two young men who live on the first floor of her house, spends 7,800 dollars a month to take care of her friends of cats and dogs, of which 17 were blind, so she feeds her and takes care of her hygiene and takes her to the vet whenever she needs to.
The homeless cats and dogs live in large cages and allow them to leave them at certain times to play.
Al Balushi converted her home to homeless dogs and cats
more recommended stories
More than 1.5 Million Vehicles on Oman roads by the end of 2020
Muscat: The total number of vehicles.
Special flight from Muscat to Salalah for Only OMR 4
Muscat: Oman’s budget airline SalamAir announces.
New working hours for Mawaleh Central Market: Muscat Municipality
Muscat: Muscat Municipality has announced on.
His Majesty Sultan Haitham sends cable of congratulations to Indian President
Muscat: His Majesty the Sultan sends.
Oman’s Ministry of Commerce Launches New Package of Online Services
Muscat: The Ministry of Commerce, Industry.
Omani donates more than OMR 500,000 to Hospital
Muscat: Sheikha Amina Bint Saud Bahwan.
Municipality raids Abandoned house in Muttrah
Muscat: Municipality raids Abandoned house in.
His Majesty Sultan Haitham issues three Royal Decrees
Muscat: His Majesty Sultan Haitham Bin.
Plans for Omanisation on teaching professional in Oman: Ministry of Education
Muscat: Oman’s Ministry of Education plans.
Oman’s Ministry of Health denies rumours on number of Covid-19 cases
Muscat: Ministry of Health denies rumours.