- Iniciado 7/02/2023
- Collección más > 5 semanas
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Currently the Sovereign Base wish to demolish Noah's ark shelter, based on a planning technicality!!
We need Cyprus to respect the lives and welfare of stray animals, provide positive care and funding
Those who support stray animals from their picket should be supported and applauded not persecuted..
Cyprus is adored by many repeat travelllers, seen as the island of love and so
welcoming, but away from the tourist money trail, Cats and dogs (-widely reported 250,000 strays) are neglected and abused, abandoned or callously poisoned.
Govt Veterinary Services want shelters to be of a good standard, and due to a planning technicality, the Sovereign base want to demolish a purpose built shelter which has existed > 10years. It is away from residential areas, and has helped the local community which does not provide a pound/shelter (though legally obliged to), has helped countless otger rescuers and govt vet services in taking, rehabilitating and rehoming strays.
It is financially and morally criminal to demolish such a facility
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Por qué la gente firma.
My 2 dogs were rescued and rehomed with us and many more and a professional service. Without the care, consideration of staff this would have been possible.
The government have no concern whatsoever for animal welfare and animal rights. Do not destroy one place that can provide help and shelter to sentient beings who need it.
I used to live in Cyprus so want these lovely animals to be looked after.
Moet hulp blijven
We got honey was Julie in 2016 such a lovely dog