Tatarstan: businessman poisons 500 dogs
The case was filed against the businessman under the article “Cruel treatment of animals”.
In Tatarstan, an entrepreneur who was engaged in catching stray dogs, brutally killed animals for two years with a drug that caused suffocation. As a result, 529 animals died an agonizing death. The case was filed against the businessman under the article “Cruel treatment of animals”.
According to the investigation, he was engaged in animal capture under an agreement with the executive committee of Mamadyshsky district. Instead of placing the animal in a shelter, castrating it, and then returning it to its habitat, he poisoned them right away, and buried the corpses in cattle graves.
The investigation proved that the accused killed the animals in a cruel way with the help of a drug that is used in extreme cases, for example, during an epidemic.
“The death comes from suffocation and with full preservation of consciousness and painful reaction,” the prosecutor’s office of Tatarstan explained.
Now investigators find out all the circumstances of the crime. Investigation of the case continues.
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