The alliance for animal welfare Alba BC requires the municipal president of Toluca, Fernando Zamora Morales to clarify what associations they threatened death to the relatives of victims of packs in the communities of San Mateo Otzacatipan and San Pedro Totoltepec; otherwise, the mayor only generates fear and hate against the animals, and activists to ensure a treatment is effective and ethical.
“We don’t know anyone in the media, that now or at any time has threatened death. If there are people, report it CRIMINALLY AND SAY WHO it IS, we and surely all reputable Organizations of animal Protection, we will be supporting. What is not okay, is to make this kind of statements without specifying and giving a glimpse of the members of NGOS, we are irrational beings and violent”, published by Alba B.C. in social networks.
The message of Dawn BC aims to raise awareness about the over-population of dogs in the streets that persists in Toluca, and means that the dogs are the subject of a “witch hunt” tolerated by the Animal Control Center of Toluca with the intention that the authorities “continue to be washing its hands” about it.
“We all have family and loved ones, so that just as we are disgusted by the femicides, murders of journalists and the whole wave of crimes, also we are outraged that a person has died and more are injured; and also, of course, the dogs are slaughtered by the fear and hatred that is generated towards them. ALL of THIS, MAINLY BY THE IRRESPONSIBILITY OF THE AUTHORITIES, by not implementing a public policy for the control of the population,” reads another paragraph from the publication of the non-governmental organization.
Finally, require the authorities to curb the confusion and animosity towards the protectors and animals and implement a control of over-population, effective and ethical.
In the ninth open session of Cabildo, the municipal president of Toluca, Fernando Zamora Morales accused protective of animals threaten of death to relatives of the victims of packs in the communities of San Mateo Otzacatipan and San Pedro Totoltepec to prevent the slaughter of canines.