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The authorities will allocate a site: in Urengoy, animal rights activists will be helped to move an illegal enclosure for homeless dogs

The inhabitants of Urengoy have arbitrarily installed an aviary for stray dogs near their building. Animals interfere with the rest of the residents, so the question arose of moving the structure. The head of Urengoy, Oleg Yakimov, spoke about this on the evening of March 16.

“Residents of the fourth microdistrict have repeatedly complained about the illegally built aviary for dogs near the residential building. Ten dogs live in the aviary. Barking interferes with rest, and the place itself attracts stray dogs. The owner of the enclosure and the animal rights activists who take care of the animals came today themselves with a proposal to move the enclosure,” Yakimov said.

            Photo: vk.comOleg Yakimov

He promised the activists his help and support.

“We will quickly consider the allocation of land, we will advise on the creation of an NGO, if there is a desire to officially help the animals. The cage will soon be removed. It is important that the interests of one group of residents do not contradict the comfort of others,” stressed the head of Urengoy.

Recall that in Salekhard, animal rights activists want to erect a piggy bank monument to collect money to feed homeless animals.

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