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The Civil Guard is investigating a neighbor of Abanilla for the crime of animal abuse (29/09/2016)

Held more than fifteen dogs in deplorable sanitary conditions, according to the Veterinary Services they have found the CARM

He is credited with authorship of the alleged offense concerning the protection of flora, fauna and domestic animals (animal abuse)

The Civil Guard in the region of Murcia, thanks to the cooperation of citizens, has developed an investigation to clarify some related to animal abuse in Abanilla facts, which has resulted in the investigation of a resident of the locality to which you they have instructed proceedings on suspicion of crime on the protection of flora, fauna and domestic animals (animal abuse), and the seizure of fifteen dogs that were malnourished.

The investigation began when a citizen alerted the Civil Guard that in a house in the hamlet of El Partidor Abanilla had fifteen dogs, adults and puppies, who were in deplorable conditions of hygiene and health.

specializing in prevention of public safety civil guards were coordinated with the Veterinary Services of the Directorate General of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Aquaculture of the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia (CARM) with the local police in the town to develop the appropriate inspection of the property and verify the facts alleged.

The inspection has pinpointed the fifteen dogs in deplorable sanitary conditions, surrounded by lots of stools and a total abandonment manifest the care and welfare of animals.

The inspection has culminated in the investigation of prosecution to the owner of the house on suspicion of crime on the protection of flora, fauna and domestic animals (animal abuse), and the seizure of fifteen dogs that were in the House.

Various animal shelters Murcia and Alicante have taken charge of the dogs recovered in housing under investigation.

The Spanish investigation, 61 and resident of Abanilla and the proceedings initiated have been made available to the Magistrate's Court in Cieza (Murcia).

The crime of animal abuse

The offense concerning the protection of flora, fauna and domestic animals (animal abuse) is reflected in the recent reform of the Penal Code, which defines it as the fact unjustifiably mistreat animals, by any means or process, causing injury which severely damage their health or death is punishable by three to eighteen months' imprisonment and disqualification from one to four years for the exercise of profession, trade or business that is related to animals and animal husbandry.

Within the same criminal concept, the animal abandonment is defined as to leave an animal in a position where it can endanger your life or integrity and is punishable by a fine of one to six months and disqualification of three months to one year for exercise of profession, trade or business that is related to animals and animal husbandry.

Animal abuse data in 2015 nationally

Among the violations and offenses detected in 2015 in Spain you have to review the 450 dogs that were abandoned;

23 dogs hanged;

the 44 victims of beating or beatings of which 23 died;

47 injured with firearms, of which 27 died, and 115 dogs poisoned.

To these figures must be added the 97 dogs found in a state of malnutrition and 353 victims of robberies and thefts.

With respect to previous years, it is noteworthy that there has been an increase in cases of crimes of abuse or neglect of domestic animals (294 cases in 2014).

This increase in crime is motivated by greater public awareness to the problem of animal abuse that has led the public to report these facts to the competent authorities and the reform of the Penal Code of 2015.

Source: Ministerio del Interior

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