miércoles, 9 de mayo de 2012

Dogs shot, poisoned, and burned alive

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Help Stop Mass Killing of Homeless Dogs -- PETA
Homeless dogs are being killed by the thousands on the streets of Ukraine. Watch the video to see the shocking proof, and then sign the petition to speak out against these cruel acts. Watch now! Dear MARI ANGELES,

Did you know that in Ukraine, dogs are being shot or poisoned and left to endure agonizing deaths? Watch the new PETA video to see the shocking animal abuse that the Ukrainian government is trying to hide from the rest of the world.

The 2012 European Football Championship will begin next month, and host countries Poland and Ukraine are busily preparing for the games. In Ukraine, this preparation includes a barbaric attempt to purge the streets of homeless animals in order to keep the misery of abandoned and neglected dogs out of the public eye.

While the clearest solution to animal overpopulation is to promote spay-and-neuter initiatives, homeless animals in Ukraine are being caught and then shot or poisoned and thrown into mass graves or crematoriums to be burned.

Will you take a stand for these animals by signing the petition to the Ukrainian Embassy right now?

The homeless dogs who are being killed in Ukraine are no different from the faithful canine friends in many of our homes and have the same capacity for love, fear, and pain. Even the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), the organization behind the championship, has criticized Ukrainian authorities for the massacre. UEFA also offered financial support to animal protection advocates for humane spay-and-neuter initiatives in the country after being contacted by PETA Germany. Yet the Ukrainian government has done little to end the mass extermination. We can't let this massacre continue.

Please take action now: Watch the video and sign the petition to ask the Ukrainian Embassy in the United States to speak out against the cruel killings and push for a humane solution to animal homelessness!

Kind regards,
Ingrid Newkirk
Ingrid E. Newkirk

P.S. In Ukraine, dogs' bodies are being tossed into crematoriums and burned, some while the animals are still alive. Seven thousand dogs are being killed every month in the region around Donetsk alone. We must speak out against this cruelty—watch the video right now and sign the petition to end the abuse!

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