Say NO to the mass slaughter of street dogs in Bulgaria
and the Plovdiv county animal shelter.
for abandoned, lost or
Map of the so called death camps
help end the indiscriminate mass slaughter and abuse of homeless dogs we
need your immediate help. Here are some suggestions what you can do
Write to the people below, preferably on paper. Demand answers why these atrocities have been going on for decades unpunished, why laws have never been enforced, why perpetrators of acts of violence against animals get promoted, why animal welfare supporters get ignored and persecuted, why legislation concerning animals is so inadequate, why organized criminal groups, profiting from animal torture and death are partners with the local government, why the media generally keep silent about what is going on, why this conspiracy against homeless animals has not provoked any response by the European Commission or the European Parliament, why.....why....why!!!
Contact the Mayor of
Mr. Ivan Totev
Pl. "Stefan Stambolov" No 1
Tel: 00359 32 656701
Remind him that when
animals suffer people suffer too. Insist that the indiscriminate torture
and killing of stray, abandoned, homeless animals in the notorious Plovdiv county animal shelter should STOP immediately.
Tell him that the active promotion of animal torture and abuse in Plovdiv has
already put this town on the death camp map of Bulgaria.
Bulgarian Prime Minister.
Mr. Plamen Oresharski
Bul. ''Al. Dondukov'' No 1
Tel: ++359 2 940 29 99
him that it is intolerable in the 21st century political and social
problems to be resolved by inflicting pain, suffering and death upon
innocent, helpless animals. Tell him that only weak and corrupt
government can allow such barbaric practices to be legal, common and
Mr. Rossen Plevnaliev
''Dondukov'' No 2 str.
Tel: ++359 2 9239333
Remind him that savages and
barbarians have no place in Europe or anywhere in the civilized world.
Tell him that the death and agony of hundreds of thousands of Bulgarian
dogs reminds the world of the holocaust victims in Nazi Germany.
It has outraged all compassionate people and should be stopped immediately.
Contact the Bulgarian Minister of Agriculture.
Prof. Dimitar Grekov
Bul. ''Hristo Botev'' No55
Tel: (++359) 2 985-11-199
Tell him that, the ongoing
slaughter of homeless dogs in the so called "isolators" is illegal,
cruel and unacceptable for any society, pretending to be civilized. It
only serves the interests of organized crime. Profiting from animal
deaths and suffering is unethical, immoral and should be outlawed.
Contact the Director of the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency
Prof. Plamen Mollov
Bul. ''P. Slaveikov'' No 15A
Fax: ++359 2 954-95-93
him that euthanasia is a privilege of humane, compassionate societies.
Euthanasia is a privilege of a society with high moral principles.
Bulgarian society has not yet reached that level of maturity. Remind
him that in the hands of sadists, perverts and psychopaths euthanasia
is as dangerous as a gun or razor blade in the hands of a child.
Chairman of the Bulgarian Parliament
Mr. Mihail Mikov
Narodno Sabranie square No 2
Tеl. ++359 2 939 39,
fax: ++359 2 981 31 31,
her that the Animal Protection Bill is inadequate and not properly
enforced in Bulgaria. In fact to this day no one has been punished for
acts of violence and animal torture. That makes the bulgarian government
directly responsible for the gravity of the situation.Visit the nearest Bulgarian consular service.
Express verbally your anger and disgust. Tell them in their faces that you will never consider Bulgaria a civilized country or part of Europe. You and your friends can organize a vigil in support of animals in Bulgaria in front of the nearest Bulgarian Embassy or consular service. Invite journalists too. Tell them how you feel.
Consider instead spending
your money in a country that does not actively promote the barbaric
slaughter of street dogs. Write to the nearest travel agent and explain
why you've made this decision.
Bulgarian goods and services
Stop buying food,
clothes, shoes, raw materials etc with the label ''Made in Bulgaria''.
Stop buying properties in Bulgaria. Stop using Bulgarian airlines. We
hope that the Bulgarian government will realize that the economic impact
of such a boycott is too high a price to pay for tolerating the
slaughter and abuse of homeless animals.
Tell everyone you
know how you feel. Write to your local newspaper or television. Voice
your concern that when animals suffer people suffer too. Demand radical
change in the Bulgarian government's attitude towards animals.