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British Couple Trapped in Mexico During Pandemic; refuses to abandon injured kitten

The couple’s trip to the United States in a van began in August 2019, and as they passed through Washington DC, they adopted Aimee. However, upon arriving in Mexico the kitten was attacked by a pack of dogs.

Mexico, January 02 (RT) .- Willow Rolfe and Lee Hodges, a british couple who decided to undertake the trip of his life in North America for more than a year, it takes several months trapped in mexico after refusing to abandon a injured stray kitten that they rescued while in the US.

The couple began their journey through the US aboard a van in August 2019, and in that country, as they passed through Washington DC, they adopted Aimee. However, upon arrival in Mexico the kitten was attacked by a pack of dogs, resulting in a broken leg, reports Metro.

When the coronavirus pandemic began to spread through the Latin American country, Lee and Willow intended to return to the United Kingdom. However, they decided that they could not leave their new partner after being attacked, so they remained in Mexico.

During their trip to the American port from where they had planned to take a ship to return to the United Kingdom, the van had a series of mechanical problems in the engine, which was replaced by a second-hand one, which has also broken down, extending the stay. of the trio in Mexico.

“Regarding the return to England, our humanitarian visa runs out at the beginning of February. Ideally, we would like to leave the US […] and we are hopeful that it will open its border, but they have just announced that it will remain closed until January 21, “said Lee, who explained that otherwise they will have to sail back home from a Mexican port, which would imply driving through various cartel-controlled states.

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