A group of children in Eskifirður made a chilling discovery this weekend. They found the carcasses of five kittens by the river in the city and there’s every chance someone drowned the animals.
It was Díana Margrét Símonardóttir, a resident of Eskifjörður, who drew attention to the issue with a post on the Fjörðurin minn Eskifjörður residents’ page.
She said she felt extremely sorry and no less messy that her children and others had to come across such a thing in the middle of town and asked those responsible for the act to find other ways to help her. ‘coming.
The post got a lot of reactions, as it included pictures of the cat carcasses, which Diana kindly allowed DV to post. According to her, the children were shocked by the scary meeting, but quickly recovered after discussing the issues with adults.
It is clear, however, that many people are angry about this case. One of them is Sandra Ósk Jóhannsdóttir, a psychology student and volunteer at Dýrfinna – an organization that works hard to find lost animals.
“There are MANY other ways than drowning innocent lives.” THE YEAR IS 2023. WHAT IS HAPPENING. For God’s sake contact Dýrahjál Íslands, Villiketter Austurlandi, Kattholt, advertise your home on Facebook. SOMETHING. THIS IS NOT OK. A person who does something like this deserves a prison sentence,” Sandra Ósk wrote on the post.
Many are calling for the animal abuser responsible for the act to be brought to justice as it is a violation of animal welfare laws.
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