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I don’t know what’s more disturbing: the fact that 40 dogs were found dead in Tripoli Sunday morning or that some people have absolutely no respect towards animals. Today morning, animal organizations in Lebanon announced that dozens of dogs were found poisoned. The criminals have not been identified yet. The rest of the dogs are fighting for their lives. The NGOs AnimalsLebanon and BETA have notified the Ministry of Agriculture and their teams are heading to the site right now. They are also filing a complaint and taking legal action.
in blue in Saida to show support to a political party went viral on social media. The camel was clearly being abused. Lebanon is trying to become more animal-friendly. Last year, President Michel Aoun signed the
FB | Help animals in Lebanon However, passing laws is not enough. People should learn how to treat animals, and animal abuse should not be socially acceptable at all. How many times did you come across a video of a person kicking a cat or hitting a dog while their friends were laughing instead of stopping them? I bet many times.
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