Puppies shot due to Corona restrictions
Several dogs that were caught waiting to be looked after by a shelter were instead shot dead by local authorities in New South Wales, Australia last week due to coronary restrictions. Mild The Sydney Morning Herald.
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You write that out of a total of fifteen dogs, ten were shot. This has led to violent reactions from animal rights activists – and an investigation by the authorities.
It will avoid infection
Borkshire Council reportedly decided last week to kill the dogs to prevent volunteers from traveling to a shelter and taking animals as travel required by corona restrictions is not allowed.
They are said to have decided to implement this measure to protect their employees and the local community from the risk of contagion, a spokesman for the authorities told the Sydney Morning Harald.
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The Sidney Morning Herald has tried unsuccessfully to contact the board on several occasions. A member of Rural Outback Resempt / Rescue who was supposed to receive the dogs did not want to comment on the information for the newspaper.
A source familiar with the scheme said the front desk staff who were supposed to pick up the dogs were upset about what happened. They even claim they were able to handle dogs in accordance with the restrictions.
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Animal release activist Lisa Ryan says she is horrified and sick of the decision and calls for an urgent investigation.
“We are deeply and appallingly concerned about this tragic incident and completely reject the community’s unacceptable justification for the fact that these murders appeared to have been carried out under a coronavirus-safe scheme,” Ryan told the Sydney Morning Herald.
The animal welfare organization RSPCA New South West is now working to uncover any violations.
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