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Stop Slaughter of Homeless Dogs!
12.02.2009 13:33
Stop Slaughter of Homeless Dogs!

Russian animal rights activists beat the alarm: the inhuman barbarous method of solving the street animal problem by making them die has been recently renewed in Russia.
      According to information aired by animal advocates over the City FM Radio, 120 capture gangs have been organized only in Moscow; the dog hunters, reportedly equipped with poison guns are paid 1000 roubles for every captured dog. The survived dogs get cramped in cages of two unfinished municipal shelters to die slowly in unbearable conditions, without water, food, and heating, the witnesses say.
      Russian activists have launched a petition against this cruel campaign; it is targeted at the President and the Prime Minister of Russia.
      There are laws which protect animals against cruelty but these laws are being violated by the municipal authorities all over Moscow and Moscow Region the petition says.
      Sign the PETITION at and help save the innocent creatures!
      You can also resque the doomed animals via the website (in English).


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