Wir möchten die Streuner in Rumänien retten, es gibt dafür nur eine Lösung!

Ein tragischer Vorfall hat ein kleines Kind aus dem Leben gerissen, noch ist unklar, wie es dazu kam, klar ist, dass alles Streunerhunde in Rumänien dafür zur Verantwortung gezogen werden.

Dabei liegt die Lösung des Problems klar auf der Hand, einzig das Einfangen, Kastrieren und wieder Freilassen der Hunde, von dort wo sie gefangen wurden, bringt nachhaltig den gewünschten Erfolg. Dies muss natürlich flächendeckend geschehen, doch viele auch ausländische Tierschutzvereine würden nur zu gerne dabei helfen, doch die Behörden legen sich quer, seit Jahren und trotz eigentlichem Verbot wird immer noch getötet.

Wir müssen gemeinsam zeigen, dass dies keine Lösung ist! Schreiben Sie mit uns an den Präsidenten von Rumänien, Klaus Iohannis und den rumänischen Botschaften in Wien, Bern und Berlin.

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Janine Vinton Hastings, AU
Julia Meitinger Bad Tölz, DE
ludo stassijns lebbeke, BE
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Annemarie Grötsch Neustadt/Aisch, DE
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Dear Mr. President,
dear Madam or Sir,

we regret the tragedy of the child but it seems that it is not the fault of dogs. Such dramas should not repeat. But if you insist in applying the same methods of dog mass murder that has been conducted in Romania for 20 years and that has not resolved the problem in the streets, this risk will remain permanent.

We do not understand the interests of the Romanian authorities to continue or implement again a method that has proven over the world to be failed, expensive, but as well immoral, shameful.

We do not understand why, despite all the evidence:

  • the benefits of dog sterilization
  • the results obtained in Oradea, where, by the Sterilisation and Return programme, the number of stray dogs decreased from 5000 to 300
  • the outcomes of the World Health Organisation’s study (undertaken between 1981 and 1988) concluding that “the euthanasia or incarceration programmes which are both inefficient and expensive”
  • the experiences of other countries that, after years of mass murder without effect, implemented mass sterilization laws having noticeable effects,

you do not accept to implement the only solution for managing the dogs, that is the sterilisation and return of the gentle and healthy stray dogs, compulsorily accompanied by the sterilization of dogs with owners that are the main source of street dogs by mass abandoning. Approximately 5 million puppies are born in Romania in rural areas every year, some of them being killed by their owners and the others being abandoned in the street. So long as the dogs with owners will not be sterilized, through coherent programmes, the streets will never be free of dogs.

We also remind you:

  • the Constitutional Court of Romania decided (Decision 1/2012) that euthanasia is ILLEGAL as a stray dogs management method until all other solutions have been applied properly, uniformly and with responsibility by local authorities
  • The Lisbon Treaty (art. 13, TFEU) states that the “animals are sentient beings”
  • The European Parliament Resolution of 4 July 2012 on the establishment of an EU legal framework for the protection of pets and stray animals ( 2012/2670 (RSP )

We ask you for an URGENT STERILIZATION & RETURN LAW OF ALL STRAY AND OWNED DOGS

Romania is already known by animal cruelty.
Please, be advised that if the killing of dogs starts, we will show to the entire world the reality of the dog camps, we will notify worldwide about the financial interests behind the business of killing dogs, we will withdraw any support that we have given so far to your country, we will boycott Romanian products and tourism, as no one will want to associate with a corrupt, cruel and immoral country.

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