KONYA, Turkey

Turkey’s Konya Metropolitan Municipality is planning to launch a project to feed stray animals by collecting leftovers in the city and turning them into animal food using modern processing techniques. 

Ugur Ibrahim Altay, the mayor of Konya, emphasized that they have carried out many pilot projects for stray animals. 

Altay said the project will be an example to the world.

“Leftovers are of high nutritional value for animals. Very cheap and high-quality food will be provided to stray animals. The facility that we will establish will have a processing capacity of 10 tons of food leftovers per day.

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