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There are more than 7 000 Homeless Dogs in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

The situation is worsening.

21.Oct.14 5:41 AM
By Abigail Richards


There are more than 7 000 Homeless Dogs in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
There are more than 7 000 homelss dogs in the capital of Volga region. The information was provided by the head of “Animal Protection” Ltd. Vladimir Groysman.

He said that 2 000 of all homeless dogs live within the housing area. The rest of animals live on the outskirts. “Animal Protection” Ltd. Deals with sterilization of homeless animals and has already sterilized 1 214 dogs. This prevents their fast reproduction process. The situation around homeless dogs on the streets is becoming even worse. This is due to the fact that masters kick their pets off whenever they want without any serious reason. They may also include large breeds which can be rather dangerous for citizens. Unfortunately the center suffers from the lack of financing at the moment. That is why it is able to accept only 15 animals per day.

Groysman said that local budget has 35 rubles on taking care of every dog and 300 rubles on their sterilization. The real figures are as follows: taking care of 1 dog needs at least 85 rubles per day while sterilization of one animal costs 2 000 rubles. The major part of funds comes as charity from Nizhny Novgorod citizens.

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