- Target: European Parliament
- Sponsored by: http://www.strayanimalrights.org/
Right in the middle of Europe, millions of street animals are dying year in year out: in killing camps who call
themselves animal shelters, or in "freedom" - of hunger, cold, diseases, poison.
Granted, you'll find local laws forbidding the above - but often enough neither local authorities nor elements
of the executive authorities do comply with the laws.Even the most barbarian cruelties to animals go without prosecution
because it is not avenged, as a rule.
On December 1st, 2009 the treaty of Lisbon (so-called EU reformation treaty) became effective.
The major agreement states that the Union and its member states have to take account of the well-being of the animals as feeling beings.
But the ratification of this treaty does not automatically imply the end of the brute widespread deaths.
This is why we need to suit the action to the word.