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Stray canine killings on the rise, as police look the opposite method

Two grownup stray canines and a two-month-old pup have been allegedly poisoned to dying in Kurinji Road in Gomathipuram on Sunday night time. Three different canines which additionally consumed meat reportedly laced with poison have survived following therapy at Tallakulam veterinary polyclinic, whereas one other canine continues to be lacking.

Anna Nagar police police have registered a case. The postmortem examination was performed on the three canines and samples have been despatched to the forensic laboratory of Madurai Medical Faculty on Wednesday to find out the reason for dying. The report would take every week, stated Dr. Nataraja Kumar, Regional Joint Director (Animal Husbandry).

The incident has shaken the residents who took care of neighborhood canines. That is the fourth incident reported from the identical space within the final six months. Within the earlier incidents, a pet canine died after some miscreants threw poisonous meat into the compound which the animal ate and died. And on two extra events stray canines have been discovered struggling convulsions, gasping for breath and clawing the bottom in agony.

On Sunday night, Bhagyalakhsmi, a canine feeder in Gomathipuram, noticed two boys on a cycle throw a plastic cowl containing mutton items on the pack of seven canines. Quickly after, the canines began barking loudly and three died on the spot.

Animal activist Mayur Hassija rushed the opposite three canines to the vet. Hassija condemned the incident and stated persons are scared and ignorant and have no idea easy methods to deal with stray canines.

Solely lately, Collector Aneesh Shekar revived the Madurai chapter of Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals with the appointment of a nodal officer. Instances of animal killings by miscreants have been on the rise, lamented Ms. Hassija. Earlier this 12 months, seven canines have been poisoned at Oomachikulam, 4 in Railar Nagar, seven in Thalaividhi and three in Krishnapuram.

Solely now, underneath stress from larger authorities, police register FIRs underneath the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. “Earlier, they refused saying they have been busy with lacking individuals circumstances or weren’t conscious of the legislation,” he stated.

“There’s a must sensitise folks, get faster consequence from police enquiries, and make the animal management programme more practical,” he added.

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