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Who has been poisoning the dogs - 40 stray mutts die at Chumphon institute

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Who has been poisoning the dogs - 40 stray mutts die at Chumphon institute

 

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CHUMPHON: -- A professor has gone to the police after 40 dogs died from poisoning since the start of term at an educational institute in Chumphon in the south of Thailand. 

 

The dogs - male and female - had consumed poisoned pork balls left outside the gates.

 

Some were found writhing in agony with the pork balls still in their mouths.

 

Since the start of term 3-5 dogs a day have died at the Prajormklao Khunthaharn institute prompting professor of biology Dr Niphat Maneechot to file a complaint with Pathiw police. 

 

The cops are now teaming up with animal authorities to investigate with a view to prosecuting the person or persons responsible under Thailand's tough animal cruelty laws.

 

Dr Niphat said that the animals were never allowed inside the institute's gate and that people and the dogs lived happily side by side.

 

Teachers and students cared for the animals, he said, with food and vaccinations. Females were even taken to vets to be spayed to limit numbers.

 

But now armed with the photo evidence of the dead creatures and testimony about the pork balls he has gone to the police.

 

Sanook did not report on what poison was being used to kill the dogs if indeed this was known.
 

Source: Sanook

 
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I was afraid that this week the police did not have an interesting case to take care of.....

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may well be the local council doing it. when people complain about packs of stray dogs the local council often lay baits.

 

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