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Ukraine uses mobile crematoriums to destroy homeless dogs


In Russia and Ukraine, homeless animals are destroyed with the use of curare-like paralyzing poisons. Ditiline is forbidden in Ukraine, but the drug is widely used anyway. Ukrainian animal rights activists no longer seek understanding and support from the government and say that they are ready to take extreme measures: they threaten to disrupt Euro 2012 football championship in the country.

Russian animal rights activists wage their own war for homeless four-legged creatures. On February 2, 2020, 500 people filed a written protest against the return of useless and barbaric extermination of homeless animals.

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