Activists will “tomorrow” demand to stop the killing of dogs in Bosque de Nativitas

Activists will “tomorrow” demand to stop the killing of dogs
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Animal activists and neighbors Xochimilco, will lead to the president's “morning” conference Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the demand to “stop the killing” of puppies in the Nativitas Forest.

“What else do they want us to do, to stop this animal cruelty,” said Aidorín Ramírez, a neighbor and activist from Xochilco, announcing that at noon this Saturday, November 18, the body of a skinned tenderloin appeared, with the extracted organs, with which There are now 20 dogs abandoned in the Nativitas Forest, since mid-July, as Imagen has promptly reported.


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Just last Wednesday, the body of an abandoned dog, with the skin lifted, and with the organs removed, was found in the Macetas area.

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“They left this last dog's stomach out, this is already a joke, what do they want us to do?”said Aidórin Ramírez, reiterating that the Morenista mayor, José Carlos Acosta, has been indolent in the face of this case of animal cruelty.

“He hides so as not to talk about it, as if it didn't happen,” The activist noted, announcing that, given Acosta Ruiz's inability to resolve the problem, next week they will demonstrate in front of the National Palace, and will take their demand to the morning conference, "before President López Obrador," so that it can be addressed. the case.

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This noon, people walking through the Nativitas Forest, They located the body of the skinned dog in the grass, near the track, so they reported it to the authorities.

At the scene, Aidórin Ramírez said, elements of the Xochimilco Police arrived, who “did not wait for experts from the police to arrive.” Environmental Crimes Prosecutor's Officethe corresponding authority”, for which he accused the police elements of hindering the investigation.

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