The stray dogs Killing Law of Romania

Stray dogs Killing Law of Romania


Though stray dogs have long been a problem in Romania, killing them is not the solution – instituting spay and neuter and adoption programs is the humane solution.


Romanian parliament plans to finalize this draft law and the cull may be authorized shortly. Please take a few second of your day to share this story so that the lives of thousands of innocent dogs may be saved.


News Clip: BUCHAREST, Romania — A parliament committee has passed a draft law that says stray dogs can be killed.


Hundreds of animals rights' activists gathered outside Parliament to protest the Tuesday decision. Protesters called for stray dogs to be sterilized, saying it is cheaper and more humane.


Romania has long had a problem with stray dogs, with an estimated 30,000 of them in the capital alone.


Authorities say 1,500 people were bitten in the capital during January and February.


In 2006, a Japanese tourist was killed by a stray dog, and earlier this year, a woman was mauled to death by a pack of dogs.


By The Associated Press – Apr 5, 2011


 skf Animal Rights Campaign





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