Woman smuggles wolves from Russia to Finland

Woman smuggles wolves from Russia to Finland
The goals pursued by people breeding ‘wolfhounds’ are not specified Photo: pixabay

The woman, whose name and citizenship is not specified, was engaged in illegal crossbreeding of wolves and dogs in Finland.

The woman, whose name and citizenship is not specified, was engaged in illegal crossbreeding of wolves and dogs in Finland.

The violation was reported by yle.UUTISET. It turned out that the lawbreaker transported the animals to the Finnish cities of Loppi, Karkkila, Orimattila, and Baalimaa for three years, from 2016 to 2019.

According to the Helsinki police, they were kept in poor conditions, without food and water. Wolves were brought to Finland for the purpose of breeding the so-called ‘wolf-breeds,’ which is illegal. In total, eight people are involved in the crime.

To recall, GazetaSPb previously reported about the murder of a kitten committed by students of the Institute of Film and Television during filming. The poor animal was kept in a cold room, without food and water, for several days, as a result of which the kitten died from dehydration.

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