"Illegal, horrific environment in facilities where dogs were held in cages frightened him and he witnessed this horrid scene when his dog, from starvation and stress started to eat a dead dog. His attempt to rescue dying dogs from cages was interrupted by strangling, when a worker of communal enterprise attacked him,
grabbed him on the neck-to prevent him from coming near dogs"
Activist Goran was begging for his dog and then was viciously attacked in front of his family (wife and two very young children). Goran came peacefully, with his two daughters, and then he was beaten up while his children were watching in fear.
P.S. if U are about to forward this letter-Cut out the following photo:
please do not forward this photo of Gorans kids, its just for you to see how young they are- one is 5 years old and one is 22 months old!
URGENT: SOS for dogs, cats in Serbia !Friday, 10:46 PM
URGENT: SOS for dogs, cats and animal welfare organisations in Serbia !
November 03, 2006
It has come to the attention of concerned citizens all around the world, that a mass killing of animals is taking place in Sviljanac, in violation of Serbia-Valjevo, article 269. It came to our attention too, that animal welfare representatives in Svilajnac are attacked by workers of JKP Morava and that dogs in the pound are horribly suffering from malnorishment and neglect.
We raise our voices to protest such brutal and senseless killings, in violation of your own laws and urge you to seek the help of local rescue groups, to assist you in re-homing and helping the animals.
Your stray policy is a shame for Europe and civilized countries.
STOP THE BRUTAL KILLINGS NOW. How can you dare to continue your stray policies while the world is watching your insane actions ?
Sent: Saturday, November 04, 2006 09:58
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