A family running a kennel in Wavrin, near Lille, in the North, is suspected of abusing several dogs. The entire family was arrested on Wednesday April 20th.
This is it a real difficulty for these many dogs who lived in boxes that were too small, malnourished and tortured. Leaders: a family of 5 people. This family manages a manager at a kennel in Wavrin, near Lille. All family members taken into custody on Wednesday, April 20, according to The voice of the North. Lille’s public prosecutor, Carole Etienne, stated that five people were suspected “on mistreatment and severe abuse of domestic animalsin particular acts of torture (such as hanging that resulted in the death of the animal) and illegal veterinary acts (trafficking of microchips, unregulated euthanasia)“.
In all, 122 the iroliving in terror discovered by authorities. This is thanks an extensive judicial police operation led by the gendarmerie in collaboration with 20 veterinarians from Department Director for the Protection of Populations. An operation assisted by 37 members of animal protection associations, reports The Parisian. Thus the truth of the kennel The 2 Cubsof Wavrin, as well as companies belonging to the same family.
The dogs ate pieces of meat
“Housed in very small boxes, covered with fleas and dirt, they have perfectly dry bowls of water, proving that the animals don’t even have to drinkand lived in unclean conditions“, explained Jacques-Charles Fombonne, president of SPA. “Instead of feeding on kibble, the dogs ate pieces of meat stored at room temperaturewhich leads to the presence of larvae and parasites in their organism “, can we read in the columns of The voice of the North.
Besides being malnourished, the dogs are too victim of torture. This family is also suspected of having killed the dogs by hanging when the latter cannot keep up with the intensity of the training sessions. Recall that in the freezer of a family-owned house, police discovered the carcass of a dog that died of “strong head trauma”again depending on the medium.
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