Please watch your cat colonies and cats in this area, we have an animal abuser using a blunt object beating cats to death with blows to the head.
Last night two adults and a kitten from a much loved colony were beaten to death last night, the rest of the bin cats are clearly distressed and afraid. Another was missing and has just been taken to the vet, having been beaten lower down on its body (20/10/16) seen by vet and found to have been in a catfight, not beaten).… read more . . .
Crete, closely followed by Attica where Athens belongs, comes top in the number of reported cases of animal abuse in Greece for 2013 and the first half of 2014. According to data from the Greek Police and Tourism directorate given to parliament last week, in 2013 there were 102 incidents of abuse, torture or killing of animals in Crete closely followed by Attica with 99 reported cases out of a total of 530 cases nationally. … read more . . .
Happened between 4pm Saturday afternoon, when I left the house and 6.30pm when my daughter got in. One was in the last throws when she arrived. Think the poison was thrown in the garden as two cats got it too and they were all within a few yards of the front door. Small friendly dogs. Foaming at mouth (and other end) 3 puppies now without a mother. Police came up and we made an official report.
Our Greek Vets, Arche Noah & all our volunteers and donators who have assisted in helping the above animals are and will be appalled at such brutal & callous behaviour.… read more . . .
Two stray dogs were found dead in Agioi Apostoloi in Chania on Wednesday, victims of poisoned bait. Two more poisoned animals survived after last minute treatment was administered by animal welfare rescuers. Residents in Agioi Apostoloi are horrified by the poisoning. The dogs were well liked and shop keepers and residents have been looking after them for some time. Mrs Bobolaki president of Chania Animal Welfare Association said “Dozens of tourists were in the area and were appalled by the site of the dead and dying dogs.… read more . . .