ASPA chief makes striking statement: 90 percent of dogs adopted abroad used for experiments and zoophilia

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Razvan Bancescu, chief of the Authority for Animals Monitoring and Protection within Bucharest City Hall said on Thursday during a conference on stray dogs in Bucharest that 90 percent of the dogs that leave Romania to be adopted abroad would be actually used to other effects then the ones declared by the NGOs. More precisely, the dogs would end up being subject to medical experiments or in zoophile brothels in Germany and Denmark, the Bucharest official says, as quoted by Hotnews.

Bancescu even presented images to support his statements. He said that 20,000 stray dogs from Romania have been put up for adoptions abroad, but only 4,000 adoptions could be checked up.

The Bucharest City Hall official said he gave all evidence to the prosecutors and an investigation is in progress in this case.

Read about the situation of stray dogs in Bucharest here : http://www.romaniajournal.ro/4000-out-of-64000-stray-dogs-left-on-the-capitals-streets-almost-30000-put-down-and-23000-adopted/

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