Mistress cannot return her labrador who was saved by animal welfare - Wikipet
This story is several days old, and it has already caused a flurry of comments, various judgments and opinions.
Labrador Mr. Snow lived with his family and walked on a farm in the Oshmyany district of Belarus. The other day the Labrador did not return home. As it turned out, caring caring people picked him up along the road and handed them over to volunteers in Minsk.
The mistress Catherine sheltered the Labrador herself in the fall, before that the dog wandered around the neighborhood, exhausted and abandoned. The family of Catherine decided to take the dog for herself.
Now the situation is as follows: Minsk zoodefenders refuse to give the mistress a dog without compulsory castration.
Since Mr. Snow does not have a chip, Catherine will have to prove to the police the fact of “owning” the dog with the help of witnesses.
While the parties are arguing and actively proving their positions in the media and social networks, few people think about the Labrador himself, who is in a stressful situation away from home.
Each side, of course, will bring out some information from this story or draw its own conclusions. Even if the mistress is not right that she did not chip the dog (although there is no law in Belarus requiring it to be done) and allow herself to walk, we will take into account the fact that this is a Farm, and how many chipped and castrated dogs do we see in the villages?
We really hope for a speedy solution to this conflict, which will be made taking into account the "interests" of Mr. Snow himself, because each animal has the right not to be subjected to great stress and not to fear while people decide who is right and who is to blame.
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