romanian stray dogs
Romania's cruel government has been plagued with allegations of corruption and maladministration. It now finds itself accused of enacting a catastrophic killing law based on false information. International welfare organisation, Four Paws has uncovered evidence that reveals that a false claim may have led to the mass killing of innocent stray dogs.
Highlights From the Vice-Chairman of the AGRI Committee and Vice-Chairman of the Animal Welfare Intergroup, MEP Janusz WOJCIECHOWSKI
The bitter winter of 2014 is passing and dogs have mysteriously disappeared leaving a river of blood and the evidence destroyed. Any tourist visiting should remember the haunting screams, the cries for help and the eventual cruel demise of these defenseless creatures. This is the dark secret of Craiova - The European Capital of Canine Cruelty.
Apart from the disastrous problems in 2006 that plagued the Romanian Steel Plant, there was another more mysterious issue that remains unsolved to date. Numerous stray dogs around the steel plant died in August 2007. Mittal's management remained tight-lipped about this incident.
Accountability is a vital deterrent to breaches of rights and criminal acts. Without it, a country becomes lawless, as can
Drobeta-Turnu Severin, the capital city of Mehedinti county, stands on the banks of the Danube, close to the Iron Gate Gorge in south-western Romania. It has a long and illustrious history, dating back as far as the 2nd Century AD attracting ample tourism.
Botosani is the captial city of Botosani County, in northern Moldavia, Romania. It is largely famed - insofar as it is famed
Mihailesti Shelter, in Bucharest, Romania, is an animal sanctuary operated by the local government to house stray dogs, ostensibly while efforts are made to locate their owner, if they have one, or find them a forever home if they do not.
I have written about the plight of stray dogs in Romania several times recently, in an attempt to turn the spotlight of publicity onto the darkest shadows of human cruelty towards our fellow creatures...
Those who have adopted Romanian dogs say it is extremely rewarding. Those who want to adopt can make it happen through Facebook