Detain a man for shooting dogs alive in a ravine in Tenerife | Pets

    Posted by pets | 5 February 2013

    Detain a man for shooting dogs alive in a ravine in Tenerife

    Biceche ravine

    The Civil Guard found a dozen bodies of animals at the bottom of a cliff in Tenerife

    The Civil Guard have arrested a man who shot several live dogs in a ravine in Tenerife, as reported on Tuesday the armed Institute.

    The arrest came following a complaint made by an environmental group that found in the ravine of Biceche, in Arona, a dozen bodies of dogs in a State of decomposition, said in a statement the Guardia Civil.

    Officials inspected the dogs and using a microchip reader located the person who appeared to be registered as an owner of two of them.

    Once located, It charged him as the alleged perpetrator of a crime of animal abuse, they took her declaration and left him free with the obligation to appear before the judicial authority when required.

    At that hearing the alleged perpetrator acknowledged having thrown two of the dogs, live, at the bottom of the ravine.

    EFE

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