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As every summer, abandoning animals multiply. And this year even more than the previous years. While the Marseille Provence spa already has a filling rate of 80%, the government has decided to react by presenting, Wednesday, July 21, an action plan aimed at helping the refuges.
It's a recurring phenomenon. Every year, when the summer holidays arrive, the abandons of animals explode. In June 2021, they even increased by 14% compared to June 2019. At( ), while the summer is far from over, the spa already displays a rate of Filling 80%, reports .
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Many institutions like the phocoean structure are already saturated in this end of July. "We have kittens that come across dozens and we must have 200 kittens behind. The work is consistent for a refuge like ours " explained Xavier Bonnard, the head of SPA Marseille Provence, on the local radio.
if the shelters rely on adoptions to save these animals, they would also like higher sanctions to be put in place to combat these abandonments. For the head of the Marseille refuge, "you have to do as in Belgium, your dog has a chip that is connected to the identity card of the owner so that it is found," cite our confreres.Stronger sanctions
The government has decided to react. The Minister of Agriculture, Julien Denormandie, has submitted an action plan, Wednesday, July 21, on the waves of E. In order to help the 800 French refuges faced with this situation, the state will unlock 20 million euros. This money should allow them to enlarge their host structures.
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In order to fight these abandonments, the government will submit necessarily To people adopting an animal a charter informing them of all that it requires it (care, identification, vaccines ...). Prison sentences incurred in case of abandonment will also go from two to three years. Finally, a vast awareness campaign will be put in place on highways where, each year, take place more than half of the abandons.
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