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Cats & dogs
The remains of more than a hundred animals were found in the pits in the outskirts of Hajdúsámson.
Mass graves of dog carcasses found in Hungary
20 February 2020
How many of them do you think gave us an answer? Yes, you’re right, NONE!!!
Azerbaijan: Sign the petition against the mass killing of stray dogs
23 September 2019
Last month, the Croatian president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic hosted an open door event dedicated to ‘Adopt, don’t shop!’ campaign.
ANIMAL FRIENDS CROATIA: ‘Adopt, don’t shop!’ urges Croatian president
12 November 2018
On Tuesday 20 November the premiere of the new film “A dog’s life – The homeless dogs of Romania” will be held at the European Parliament in Brussels (19h). The event is hosted by MEP Stefan Eck and co-organised by the Intergroup for the Welfare and Conservation of Animals and Eurogroup for Animals.
A dog’s life – The homeless dogs of Romania
29 October 2018
On Tuesday 19 of June, the Committee on Petitions discussed a petition addressing the issue of stray dogs in Bulgaria on behalf of eighteen Bulgarian societies for welfare.
The Committee on Petitions addresses the issue of stray dogs in Bulgaria
25 June 2018
On 21th June, the Permanent Representation of the Netherlands hosted in Brussels the first meeting of the EU Animal Welfare Platform’s subgroup on improving the health & welfare of pets (dogs) in trade.
EU Animal Welfare Platform – Pet subgroup on dog trade
25 June 2018
At the Brussels premiere of ‘A Dog’s Life’ in the European Parliament, viewers were exposed to the inhumane conditions that hundreds of dogs have to endure behind the closed door of shelters in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
“‘A Dog’s Life’ – The strays of Sarajevo” New docu-film to prompt European leadership on humane treatment of stray animals
30 January 2018
On Tuesday 30 January, Actor and Producer Peter Egan (Downton Abbey), together with Film Director Maria Slough, will present the short docufilm ‘A Dog’s Life – The Strays of Sarajevo’ at the European Parliament in Brussels (19h – 21h30).
A Dog’s Life – The Strays of Sarajevo
16 January 2018