Report animal use of stray animals for practice in … – Michoacán 3.0 (press Release)

Morelia, Michoacán. Users of the social networks called for the use of animals in street situation to the realization of the practices that held students inside the Faculty of Veterinary medicine of the Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo (GRADUATED), as part of their program of studies.

By means of a message circulating around Facebook, groups of animalistic warned citizens to be alert and aware of your pets, because “the students of the Faculty of Veterinary medicine of the Universidad Michoacana are ‘trapping’ cats and dogs in the street or try to get rescuers to their surgical practices”.

For this reason, the animal will request the Maximum House of Studies of the entity “modernise” their teaching practices to stop the use of animals as part of the curriculum of this institution.

A rescuer independent reported the case of Jack, a canine that was rescued from the street by an activist in favor of animals who gave him up in adoption to a family, but Jack is missing and then search for social networks, they knew that the canine had died after being used by the veterinary students in their practices.

In these situations members of Gaphad, association for the rights of animals, have launched a request through social networks directed to the Veterinary students to give evidence of the practices with animals anonymously to document more of Jack.

It should be noted that this means he sought an interview with the director of the Veterinary Faculty of the GRADUATED, José Luis Solorio Rivera, who refused to talk about the issue and pledged to issue a press release institutional about it.

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