Monday, July 28, 2014

Dogs slaughtered for fight against rabies: the controversy swells in Bali

Dogs slaughtered for fight against rabies: the controversy swells in Bali
Sciences et Avenir with AFPBy Sciences et Avenir with AFP
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Posted on 28-07-2014 at 16.35
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The practice was revealed by the publication of a video on YouTube. The defense association Peta animal rights protests.
A puppy in a village in Indonesia in 2013 Ulet IFANSASTI / GETTY IMAGES ASIAPAC / GETTY IMAGES / AFP / AFP A puppy in a village in Indonesia in 2013 Ulet IFANSASTI / GETTY IMAGES ASIAPAC / GETTY IMAGES / AFP / AFP

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YOUTUBE. On the Indonesian island of Bali, authorities mass slaughter of dogs in the fight against rabies. The practice came to light after the appearance of a 16 minute video, posted on YouTube. It shows more than thirty frightened dogs barking incessantly before receiving a lethal injection. The animals end up falling on top of each other, shouting, animated violent convulsions before dying.

Defenders of animal rights have rebelled against the "inhumane slaughter." But the chief sanitary animals in Bali, Putu Sumantra, told AFP he was not about to stop these practices.