Mass graves of dog carcasses found in Hungary
According to animal protectors, there may be more than a hundred carcasses in the two pits, but since the forest was full of bones and skulls, it can be assumed that there are many more pits in the area, so the actual number cannot even be estimated. It is also unknown since how many years the dogs were killed or disappeared.
"Animal cruelty and animal abuse cases like this come from the fact that the overpopulated stray animals simply tend to be treated badly in Hungary. It would be good if the decision-makers finally see the obvious solution - to run a national pet neutering program to reduce the number of animals and create a new strategy of the Hungarian city pound system." - said Gabriella Meszaros, President of our Hungarian member MAOSZ Magyar Állatvédők Országos Szervezete - "Until then this is a terrestrial hell for stray animals and for animal friends too."
Police will investigate the identity of the perpetrator(s) as well as those who may have been aware of the incident but have not done so.
Animal cruelty and animal abuse cases like this come from the fact that the overpopulated stray animals simply tend to be treated badly in Hungary.Gabriella Meszaros, President of MAOSZ