Animal abuse in Sindh: Founder of ACF reveals harrowing details
The founder of the ACF shared in a video that people were brutally killing rehabilitated dogs that had been released back on the streets.
The Ayesha Chundrigar Animal Rescue has registered a petition in the Sindh High Court against the mass killing of animals being conducted throughout Sindh after their rehabilitated dogs were found dead.
In a statement, the foundation said that the primary purpose of the appeal is to ensure that the Government Authorities draft a uniform policy on how to contain the population of dogs in the city.
Before filing a petition, the founder of the animal shelter, Ayesha. shared in a video that people were brutally killing rehabilitated dogs that had been released back on the streets.
Explaining the rehabilitation process, Ayesha said that when injured dogs come to the shelter, they are taken care of, vaccinated, and neutered. When the dogs recover completely, they are released into far off areas, such as Malir, marked as safe zones. These areas have a less human population and are away from the city.
Ayesha explained that once they are released, members and volunteers of the shelter keep an eye on the dogs and make sure they are doing fine.
Sharing a disturbing incident, Ayesha said that her team found two of their dogs dead with their legs tied up. The dogs were given poison, and the wounds on their bodies indicated that they were also tortured and beaten.
Ayesha added that she has no idea how to keep the remaining dogs safe. She said sometimes they are skinned, and their meat was taken. The activist further said that in such incidents, it is impossible to track the perpetrators and hold them accountable.
“Where is our society going, we can’t take it anymore. They win. We have fallen apart, trying like absolute fools in this lawless city of millions. We cannot do it anymore. We’re tired and hopeless and can’t keep looking for ways out,” she said.
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