Thousands of stray canines wander the streets and suburbs of Sochi. In the countdown to the Winter Games, Russian animal rights activists have accused city authorities of ramping up a campaign to exterminate street dogs through the use of poison. Animal rights activists are trying to rescue them.
IN THE INCIDENT YOU REFER TO..., THE DOGS GOT INSIDE SEVERAL CHICKEN COOPS AND ATE THE BIRDS. THEY'RE ALSO REPORTEDLY HUNTING LIVE PREY...., AND THERE'S CONCERN THE CANINES MAY NEXT TURN THEIR ATTENTION TO THE MOST VULNERABLE...., THE ELDERLY AND SMALL CHILDREN.
WITHOUT ANY FORM OF CITY OR GENEVA COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL..., SEVERAL COUNCIL MEMBERS SAY COFFEE SPRINGS HAS BECOME THE DUMPING GROUND FOR UNWANTED ANIMALS. OVER RECENT WEEKS..., ROAMING BANDS OF ANYWHERE FROM 12-TO-16 CANINES HAVE FORMED PACKS. PASTOR AND COUNCILMAN DAVID BRADSHAW SAYS HE'S RECEIVED REPORTS OF THE DOGS CIRCLING YOUNG CHILDREN WALKING DOWN THE STREET…
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