Romania / Scotland: Transport Needed From Romania to Scotland – Can You Help ? – Please See Below.

CHERIE – Transport Needed – Romania to UK (Scotland)

Urgent appeal-transport for lovely Romanian dog ‘Cherie’ needed from ‘Bucharest’ in Romania to ‘Aberdeen’ in Scotland (UK)- please help

PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY TO ALL YOUR GROUPS/RESCUES AND CONTACTS NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL AND ALL YOUR WEBSITES/TWITTER/FACEBOOK/ MYSPACE/BLOGSPOTS FOR MAXIMUM PUBLICITY!

Urgent appeal

Transport for lovely Romanian dog called ‘Cherie’ needed from ‘Bucharest’ in Romania to ‘Aberdeen’ in Scotland (UK)- please help by reading the appeal below.

If you can help give this little dog a new life by helping with transport to a lovely rescue in Scotland (UK) please email both of these addresses below-

Scottish rescue -email Mavis at- mpetrie@blaikiewell.org.uk

Romanian contact- adoptiedistanta@yahoo.com

Please help if you can, many thanks for your support. Please see photo and full details in appeal below.

PLEASE CROSSPOST THIS APPEAL INTERNATIONALLY FOR HELP

SWAP team UK

—– Original Message —–

Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 5:39 PM

Subject: Transport from Bucharest to Aberdeen

If you have time do you think it would help to appeal for transport for this little dog coming to me from Romania. See the details below the photo.

Anyone who can help could contact the rescue direct or me at mpetrie@blaikiewell.org.uk

Cherie weights 10 kg and can leave home, to Aberdeen, Scotland, UK, anytime after September 21st 2012. Cherie is currently in Bucharest, Romania.
We are now looking for transport options (transport means, routes and costs), please contact us if you can help: adoptiedistanta@yahoo.com

Blaikiewell Animal Sanctuary
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Serbia: Constitutional Court Declares That Subotica City Is Killing Dogs and Cats Illegally – Setting A Possible Change Across All Cities In Serbia.

Campaigners in Serbia have very recently been informed of some very good news.

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia – comprising 15 judges, made a verdict that the 3. Community document of Subotica (town in Serbia) regarding the matter of the treatment  stray dogs/cats is illegal; it is unlawful and it must be changed.

This is what The Constitutional Court of Serbia has now demanded.

It is the same in all 170 cities in Serbia; but in every individual case for each and every city, it is necessary that the information be supplied to the Constitutional Court.  If this is undertaken, then changes will have to be made for stray dogs and cats in every city.

What this basically means is, that the Subotica city government,  in the period covering 2003 to the present day, some 9 years had  been undertaking illegal actions.

Slavica, on behalf of EPAR, made a request to the Constitutional Court saying that in Subotica city, the city is acting on unlawful  public documents relating to the treatment  of stray dogs and cats.

As we understand it, the regulations made by the local government  (Subotica city) must be in agreement to the legislations made by the Parliament of Serbia.

The Constitutional Court has declared for the third time that the methods used by the city for the killing of dogs and cats is illegal; and that the methods used for numbers (population) control is illegal, because euthanasia should only be used for animals which have an incurable illness or which are in the final stages of any disease that cannot be cured.

The following shows the letter sent by Slavica to the Constitutional Court regarding the existing policy of animal control in Subotica, followed by the letter from the Constitutional Court (6 pages) declaring the view of the court, that Subotica is acting unlawfully at this current time.

This is excellent news, and now gives every city in Serbia the opportunity to make contact with the Serbian Constitutional Court to present them with the information on how dogs and cats are being treated in (their) city.  Who knows, there may be 170 cities throughout Serbia who are currently killing dogs and cats in an unlawful way; a way not upheld by the laws of Serbia.

Congratulations to Slavica for leading the way with the issues in Subotica city.

Click on the following link to see the letter sent by Slavica:

EPAR oipa letter
Below is the formal response letter of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia: