Animal rights activists have found a mass grave of dogs in the Kaluga region

Animal rights activists have found a recent burial of animals in the shelter near the city of Borovsk of Kaluga region. About this “Interfax” said the head of the organization “Zoopreme” Anastasia Fedjunina.

According to her, activists found at least three graves of dogs. In one of them, according to her statement, discovered dozens of corpses of animals. Now activists take the remaining animals out of the shelter. Fedyunina said that many Pets are in serious condition, they show scars, bites and abrasions.

Fedyunina explained that the activists went to the shelter under Bohr to verify the information of local residents about the fact that it features a visible smoke. However, the information about the fire was not confirmed. She told me that animal rights activists together with employees of the local administration and police have not found on the shelter of representatives of the administration. The workers, who were there, are unable to explain when they last saw them.

During the visit to the orphanage was established that it was built illegally. According to the representative of the district administration, in this place, according to the plat, shall be the forest.

The Agency says that this shelter Charity Autonomous non-commercial organization (BANO) animal rescue “EKO belongs to the owners of the Moscow cattery “Eco Veshnyaki in whose territory last week, activists have discovered 29 dead cats and 12 dead dogs.

After this incident, the Moscow Directorate of internal Affairs opened a criminal case on the fact of death of the animals. To determine the causes of death assigned their Zoological expertise. The mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin instructed to check the work of all Moscow orphanages. As explained Fedyunina, representatives of the orphanage claimed that the corpses of animals they tossed.