Thursday, 24 October 2013

Olguţa Vasilescu, about stray: "I do not want to see them in the street"

Vasilescu: La Craiova's shelter under EU rules

The translation is via Google translator and is not perfect. Here is the original report.

The declared intention of euthanasia all stray dogs in the city, the mayor of Turnu Severin, Romania managed to recapture the headlines in the West. In "The reality REPORT" Mayor Constantin Gheorghe spoke about the situation of stray dogs and denied that the pictures shown are from Drobeta Turnu Severin. Vasilescu Olguţa Craiova Mayor pointed out that 2,000 people are bitten by stray dogs in the city each year he leads.

"At Turnu Severin are also images on this post were British. Who wants can come to shelters. And one important detail: the streets of the city are few stray dogs," the mayor said. Asked if he strays from Drobeta Turnu Severin will be euthanized, the mayor said: "So far, law enforcement rules did not appear so I can not do anything. Whoever said that one month, one day we will live to euthanize dogs is totally wrong was a misinterpretation of my statements. did not kill any dog before, I hope you do not kill any from here because we have a good shelter in place ".

Vasilescu Olguţa Craiova Mayor denied that shocking images circulating on Facebook would be sheltered from Craiova. "Not in our house. La Craiova is a shelter under EU rules. images shown do not know where , I saw on Facebook, saying that abused and killed dogs with bats to do. shelter to do is shut for years. ordinary are lies. Did you say that we allow NGOs to adopt dogs. Ba Yes, we allow them to adopt dogs provided they have a shelter where to take them or to come up with evidence that they send to these countries. because otherwise I wake up with them again in the street. never want to see them in the street . I have a very serious problem in Craiova. 2,000 people are bitten by dogs each year. dogs of 10,000, this means that almost 25% of them are aggressive and bite. know how much treatment for people bitten? 4 milliard. I call Craiova to all who want to come to the shelter adopt adopt. But do not throw them in the street. We have a regulation that is very tough. If you get a dog and get back on the street, paying £ 2,500, "he Vasilescu said.

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