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Expert: animals in a shelter in Yakutsk were killed by a suffocating drug

Expert: animals in a shelter in Yakutsk were killed by a suffocating drug
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After the announced detection of rabies in a shelter in Yakutsk, about 200 cats and dogs were euthanized. The check showed that with the killing, inhumane methods were used.

The incident occurred in March 2020. According to the government of the republic, in a city shelter discovered rabiesafter which it was necessary to euthanize about 200 animals. However has been appointed verification of the actions of the shelter staff, after which authorities reported the use of two drugs for euthanasia. According to information "Interfax", According to the conclusion of the head of the Anesthesiology Veterinary Society of Russia Evgeny Kornyushenkov, when using these drugs, the animals painfully died from suffocation.

At the same time, emphasizes the president of the Center for the Protection of Animal Rights "VITA" Irina Novozhilova, for two months of inspections, the investigative department of the police of Yakutsk found no signs of animal cruelty. They did not initiate a criminal case, although the head of the Duma committee on ecology and environmental protection addressed such requests to the regional government. Vladimir Burmatov.
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