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Bulgaria, Stop Mass Killing of Stray Dogs: Send Sample Letter

March 31, 2012



Bulgaria: 30/03/12 – Mass Killing of Stray Dogs to Start Immediately. EU Money for Stray Dogs Programm Is Going Elsewhere ! – Please Send E Mails Now.

Please send your protest letters to Bulgarian government.

Bulgaria is stealing money from EU for stray dogs program and they are killing them.  The EU money is going into their pockets.


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Dear Government Officials of Bulgaria,

Word of your intention to conduct a mass slaughter of dogs has spread throughout the world. If you go through with this massacre Bulgaria will be known as a nation that does not understand compassion. Many will be reluctant to visit such a nation, as they would think of the loving dogs in their families and choose instead to visit a nation which is more dog friendly.

One such nation is India…where it is illegal to kill a healthy or curable dog for any reason. In large part this is due to the compassion of the Indian religions of Jainism and Hinduism, which recognize that both animals and humans cherish their lives. ALL who live are entitled to respect and the right to live.

The ignorance of your decision is rooted in a religious tradition that grants man dominion over the animals and with it the right to slaughter them for human need and convenience. All three of these cruel religions are represented in Bulgaria: St Nedelya Church, Banya Bashi Mosque, and Sofia Synagogue. Therefore, rather that finding a way to help the homeless dogs of Bulgaria, you have instead chosen to dispose of them according to the dictates of heartless religious doctrine.

Do you want Bulgaria to be viewed as a modern, compassionate nation or one that is backward and cruel? I hope you will have the wisdom to deflect the animosity you have created. Please allow the dedicated animal activists in your country to save the precious lies you so callously dismiss.

Your Name and Nationality

4 Comments leave one →
  1. karenlyonskalmenson permalink
    March 31, 2012 5:16 pm

    cruel and heartless,
    not strong enough words
    to describe you, wicked
    and vicious turds:(
    killing dogs because
    they get in your way
    but you will find harshness
    awaits you on
    judgement day


  2. jtwaldie permalink
    April 1, 2012 2:03 am

    letter sent to both respondents!


  3. Simona Cutmorazova permalink
    January 15, 2013 12:00 pm

    I love it when outsiders try to interfere on other countries’ affairs. Ruth Eisenbud, your ridiculous “letter” is written from your heart, not your brain. You have no idea of the problems that stray dogs in Bulgaria and other countries in Eastern Europe cause.

    I find it hilarious that you cite India as a positive role model to follow. Because of the prevalence of stray dogs there, up to 20,000 (possibly much more) people die of Rabies every year. Tens of thousands are also savaged or even killed by stray dogs, including many young children. You purposefully ignore the human suffering that takes place as a result of stray dogs. Let’s not forget that India is also one of the poorest countries in the world, with more poor people than anywhere else in the world. Most people there are barely clinging to survival and couldn’t care less about the religious “compassion” given to animals by those religions.

    Furthermore, stray dogs are not a natural phenomenon. It’s not like wild animals are being exterminated. They are a result of human intervention with nature and do not behave like any wild animals. Human beings created the problem, therefore it’s totally acceptable that for us to remove it.

    In most developed countries, it’s the norm for stray dogs to be removed from the street and put into shelter. If nobody adopts them, then they are euthanized. Are they all “backward and cruel”? Leaving them on the street for them to spread disease and attack humans is much more backward and cruel, especially for us human beings who have to live with the problem.

    I find it extremely disturbing that you’re so concerned about the well being of feral dogs, but you don’t give two shits about the suffering of human beings, especially within the apparent paradise that is India.


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