Thousands March in Ireland for Stricter Animal Cruelty Laws

A lot can happen in a month. In December, a Foxhound named Fionn was about as alone as possible: He had been beaten, which fractured his skull, and he was abandoned in a dump just outside Cork City, Ireland. When he was found, he was near death. His condition was described by Margaret Twohig, of the Cork Dog Action Welfare Group (which calls itself CDAWG) in an interview with an Irish paper: “He was covered in cuts and pressure sores, a mere skeleton, unable to move. It looked like he had been put there, in amongst the rubbish and left to die. The rain was pouring down on his poor body.”






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