San Luis Potosí, SLP.- The Civil Association Protective of Animals (Prolean) recognized the efforts of the current local laws of the State Congress for the important step to criminalize actions of animal abuse in the state, said Claudia Anguiano, owner of Proelan.
He indicated that despite this effort, there are still actions to be done, “I disagree a little bit from the view of legislators in relation to that are dividing the animal abuse, it is as if desmembraran the abandonment, having a dog on the roof, maim or poison. He speaks of the abandonment by up to two years, but then he causes an impairment in physical, referring to professionals (veterinarians). I agree because there are veterinarians that may be responsible for a pet that is going to aesthetic and normally veterinarians are aesthetic in their offices. Then, the stylist will spend the knife and fly a tetita, the ear, and in that aspect they are dismembering the crime of abuse,” commented the activist.
It also said to consider that for it to be an offence and definitive so that people will not violate or mistreat the animals, the penalties should correspond to between five and seven years in prison, since the sentences above the belt years not reach bail; contrary to the proposal of Congress, that indicates penalties of two to four years, “even though the penalties are higher but they are not deprived of freedom,” he said.
The owner of Prolean, furthermore, said to recognize the work of the Congress in its current legislature, which has placed more emphasis than any other, modify and work to the benefit of the animals and consequently of society in general. As well as the recognition of the deputies Martha Orta and Guadalupe Torres for his proposals to those who commit neglect against animals.
In addition to this, Claudia Anguiano, the calling for before the end of his period in the legislature, they can increase the sanctions, particularly the penalty, because to leave it as it currently is, with the next administration would have the task of starting from scratch, said Anguiano.