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    Posted September 4, 2013 by
    Bratmonsta
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    Kuwait

    Mass Stray Dog Murder

     
    Rich state of Kuwait is taking no action towards a heartless shooting rampage against stray animals by few young Kuwaiti citizens.



    Just before the big holidays of the Islamic state, a group of young men decided to roam freely around residential areas in Kuwait shooting stray animals cold blooded, & expose pictures of the murdered dogs proudly on social networks, first day were pictures & videos of them shooting stray dogs, second day was worse, chopped heads, driving back & forth on the bodies & absolute torture & unexplained abuse.

    The shooters claim they got the green light from the public authority for youth & sport in Kuwait, as those guys represent Kuwait being members of the shooting federation.



    They got no warning from the government & got a lot of support from the public. This took place right after a little girl was attacked by stray dogs, the girl survived; the dogs that are now being killed are in no way related to the attack on the little girl. The men killing the dogs are in no way related to the little girl. We urge you to send emails & phonecalls to the people who approved this act against the voiceless dogs to stop the boys from continuing the killing of stray dogs, confiscating their weapons & help the animal rescue groups in Kuwait (there are only 2 NGOs depending fully & completely on volunteers) save the stray animals from the streets of Kuwait.
    http://www.change.org/petitions/animal-rights-rescue-groups-mass-stray-dogs-murder-in-kuwait
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