Buthan a reusit sa evolueze! Romania nu a iesit inca din grota!

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Buthan, o tarisoara de buzunar, undeva intr-un coltisor de Asia.

Care ar fi asemanarea dintre ea si tara noastra?

Pai, cred ca deja ati ghicit, cainii strazii!

Au incercat in trecut tot arsenalul de metode ineficiente si inumane:

-au omorat cainii, la fel ca si la noi,

-au facut adaposturi in toata tara (cum se incearca acum la noi), dar, cainii ramasi pe strazi au facut ce stiau ei mai bine, s-au reprodus continuu, mai mult, cainii din adaposturi se pare ca au reusit sa evadeze, au format haite decate 30 animale, au creat probleme mari locuitorilor,

-au mai incercat sa reduca numarul lor prin… calcatul puilor de catei cu autoturismele direct pe strada, O MIZERIE!!!!

Dar numarul lor nu scadea deloc….

Pina cand, le-a venit mintea la cap…. au trecut la STERILIZARE!

Rezultatul? dupa 3 ani de eforturi, pentru prima oara dupa folosirea metodelor INEFICIENTE SI BARBARE, programul de sterilizare a facut o diferenta tangibila, iata ca numarul lor a inceput sa se reduca.

Prima constatare a unui localnic intrebat fiind, cum vede situatia actuala, a fost sa raspunda ca iata, gasca de caini intinsa la soare acum pe caldaram, este aceeasi, adica nu are membri noi aparuti.

Intreaga poveste poate fi citita aici: http://www.hsi.org/news/news/2012/05/bhutan_extended_050212.html


HSI’s Bhutan Project Extended

A model for humane street dog population control in Asia

Humane Society International


At the signing of the extension agreement. Aarthi Gunnupuri/HSI

“Finally, we can see light at the end of the tunnel,” said officiating Prime Minister and current Minister of Works and Human Settlement of Bhutan, Lyonpo Yeshey Zimba. In a meeting with Dr. Andrew Rowan, CEO of HSI, Mr. Zimba was referring to the results achieved by our spay/neuter/vaccination program for street dogs. In a span of three years, in a joint project with the Royal Government of Bhutan (RGoB), HSI vets have reached more than 50 percent of the total street dog population in Bhutan.

On the streets of Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital, the program has made a tangible difference to the locals. “There are no new additions to the gang here,” said a shop owner, pointing to a group of dogs lounging outside.

Give now to support our efforts to help street dogs in Bhutan and around the world.

Before HSI partnered with RGoB, local authorities had tried several methods to reduce the dog population. In the 1980s, a vigorous elimination program was carried out but failed to bring down numbers, as it always does. Relocating dogs was followed by impounding, with shelters constructed across the country. Despite all these efforts, conflicts between street dogs and people were worsening. After the impounding program, the animals who escaped from shelters would form packs of as many as 30 dogs each. “The only thing controlling their numbers was cars running over the puppies—what a mess!” Mr. Zimba said.

A happier, more humane approach

Now, in a few years, Bhutan may emerge as the first country in Asia to have successfully and humanely managed its street dog population. Dr. Rowan was there to sign a three-year extension of our project.

“This program is not only a long-term, sustainable and humane solution, but is also in harmony with Bhutan’s Buddhist culture and principles,” said Lyonpo Dr. Pema Gyamtsho, Minister of Agriculture, RGoB, as he signed the Memorandum of Understanding with HSI.

The small, mountainous country, between India and China, has been in the global spotlight for suggesting the Gross National Happiness index as one of the indicators to measure its citizens’ quality of life. At the signing, Dr. Rowan, who had visited a local dog shelter earlier in the day, spoke about having received his “happy pills” in the form of many doggy kisses. “When the dogs are sterilized, they’re healthier and people are happier. Although hard to document, this (a happier relationship between people and dogs), will be one of the more positive outcomes of HSI’s efforts in Bhutan,” Dr. Rowan said. He also predicted that Bhutan was going to be the landmark project in humane dog population control in Asia, and perhaps, the world. “Everyone’s going to be citing the Bhutan project. This is going to be a very important program.”

Indeed, the project has already garnered a great deal of appreciation from people inside the country and the animal welfare community around the world. Even neighboring Bangladesh and Nepal have taken note of Bhutan’s success. Almost all of the dignitaries and ministers that we met thanked the team and welcomed the extension. Among them was the Queen-Mother of Bhutan, Queen Ashi Tshering Yangdon, an avid dog lover. In her meeting with us, the Queen-Mother spoke about dogs as sentient beings, whose welfare people should no longer ignore.

Facing challenges

“Across most of mountainous Bhutan, accessibility is a problem. When we started off, our vehicles broke down every day. Eventually, we had no choice but to invest in a bigger, more rugged vehicle. Even then, many areas had to be covered by foot,” said Dr. Rajesh Pandey, HSI Project Coordinator in Bhutan, who is originally from India.

In keeping with our commitment to empowering local authorities and communities to ensure long-term sustainability of our programs, our team has been consistently working to share their expertise. Over the past three years, we have kept a dynamic ratio that slowly raises the number of local vets and talent working on the project. In 2009, when we had just begun our work in Bhutan, 90 percent of the staff comprised of HSI team members, while last year, our staff comprised of only 30 percent of the entire team. The country opened to modernization only recently, and finding qualified veterinarians was not easy. “Alongside work on the field, training and setting up a local team was also essential, but there weren’t enough vets,” Dr. Pandey said.

The way ahead

Encouraged by local officials, 28 fresh veterinarians will graduate this year and are scheduled to join the government team working on the project. Also, to ensure consistent and optimal coverage, HSI will donate operation tables, equipment and surgical supplies to spaying clinics in all the 20 dzongkhags (districts) of Bhutan.

We believe that it is very important to examine the different outcomes of the spay/neuter/vaccination program. Various parameters like the subtle shifts in the human-dog relationship, rise of community adoptions when there are fewer dogs, reduced aggression and post-operative health are being considered for documentation and research.

A study, jointly conducted by HSI and RGoB staff, towards the end of the first phase (three years), demonstrated that there was reduced aggression and also howling during mating season. In the past, the barking of street dogs was the only thing many tourists complained about regarding an otherwise wonderful experience in the country! A comparative study by the team also revealed that the treated dogs fared much better in terms of general health, including skin conditions.

In the past year, our team has already been approached with numerous research proposals based on the Bhutan project. “Of course, we’re going to work on improving the program in Bhutan, but an equally important focus area is going to be documenting the entire process and creating a guide book for other countries,” said Rahul Sehgal, director of HSI/India and a project leader. “This work is important not just for Bhutan but also for other developing countries that assume incorrectly they do not have the resources to deal with the problem in a humane manner.” It is our goal to prove them wrong.

CONCLUZIA MEA: Cand Prigoana iese cu pliciul si cu fasul sa ucida cainii, cand unul Corin Romanescu un neica-nimeni iese cu matura ca si cum cainii ar fi niste gunoaie, cand Florescu se gandeste la incarcerarea cainilor, iar PDL a blocat timp de 4 ani legea care impunea sterilizarea cainilor cu si fara stapan, este clar: autoritatile romane NU VOR sa rezolve problema cainilor! Mai clar decat atat nu se poate!


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5 Responses to Buthan a reusit sa evolueze! Romania nu a iesit inca din grota!

  1. dizidentul says:

    Ma mira faptul ca Buthan care este tara budhista a recurs la asemenea barbarii…daca erau tarani crestini intelegeam,nu era o noutate..desi sfantul crestin Dimitrie cel nou din Basarabi dupa ce a ucis din greseala niste pui de pasare umbla descult 2 ani in chip de ispasire..insa nu vad sa se prinda minic pe ‘evlaviosii’exhibitionisti pupatori de icoane care dupa ce isi fac exhibitia se duc acasa:tin cainele in lant chiar non stop,fara apa si hrana si agreseaza animale.In Tibet se invata ca :cine nu se poarta frumos cu un caine nu va ajunge iluminarea.Cainele este considerat simbolul lui Budha si aducator de noroc si binecuvantare.Insa..specisisti si ei..halesc la carne din greu..desi Budha:interzice clar si asta..Asa e lumea.constraste si ipocrizii.
    In rest acest articol este inca o dovada clara despre ineficacitatea crimei si eficacitatea sterilizarii.Insa totusi faptul ca sa pus in aplicare sterilizarea arata ca sunt mai deschisi acei oameni nu sunt atatia turbati psihopati ca la noi care,ca taranul cu girafa:o vede in fata la zoo si desi O VEDE zice:”astfel de cal nu exista”.Plus mai e chestie anume ca in lasitatea si frustrarea lor primita de la oameni unii isi varsa amarul pe caini si se fac ca nu inteleg importanta sterilizarii si interzicerii abandonurilor.

    • xnici says:

      Atata timp cat Biblia spune clar ca este paganism sa ucizi animale si ca Dumnezeu sufera cand un animal este chinuit, iar popii in continuare instiga la crima, iti dai seama ca si ei au dracii lor, care exact cum se spune in Apocalipsa vor lua chip de propovaduitori pentru a spune minciuni. Nu ma mai mira sadismul oamenilor, atata timp cat le explici clar cu dovezi ca sterilizarea da roade si ca de 22 de ani uciderea nu a dat niciun rezultat, iar dementii insista sa ucida. Le spui ca animalele simt ca si noi, ba chiar cu dovezi stiintifice le arati ca simt durerea, bucuria etc si ei instiga in continuare la crima. Sunt psihopati carora nu le pasa ca sufera un om sau un animal, daca din asta ies bani pentru marirea lor. E valabil pentru jurnalisti (ma rog pseudo-jurnalisti pentru ca unul adevarat ar fi avut macar bunul simt sa investigheze), pentru popi care pupa banii, in loc sa pupe icoanele, pentru conducerea tarii si autoritati carora nu le mai ajung palatele si masinile de parca le-ar lua cu ei cand mor.
      Romanii sunt barbari asta este clar. Vor sa se considere civilizati, dar ies in plin Bucuresti si-si arunca mizeria pe geam de parca ar fi la coada vacii inca. Isi tin cainele legat cu un lant de jumatate de metru si ii arunca un colt de paine la 3 zile si cica e civilizat. Isi bate nevasta si isi violeaza copilul si apoi iese sa strige ca animalele reprezinta cel mai mare pericol. Pericol pentru ce? Ii ameninta lui perversiunile asta este pericolul. Nu am vazut niciun ucigas de caini sa ceara moartea pedofilului care dupa ce a violat un copil de 8 ani, l-a ucis. Asta este normal pentru el. Astia sunt psihopatii care instiga la crima. Ei sunt un pericol pentru societate. Sunt lupi deghizati in oi carora chipurile le pasa de siguranta copiilor nostri. In realitate, asteapta sa fie luat cainele de pe strada, sa atace ei copiii ca ii incurca cainii. Sa violeze ei in voie copiii, sa-i ucida, sa-i vanda traficantilor de carne vie. Pe acesti dementi cainii ii incurca rau.
      Ucigasii de caini spun ca pentru oamenii-bestii exista legi. Aplicate de catre CINE? De catre politia romana care da amenda femeii violate pentru ca tulbura linistea publica? Politiei care incarcereaza pedofilul 3 ani si apoi il elibereaza sa o ia de la capat? Bestiile cu 2 picioare au drepturi pentru ca cica ar fi oameni. Ce OM care se considera superior animalului isi violeaza propriul copil? Adevarul asta este: cei care sustin uciderea cainilor sunt cei care ucid oamenii pe trecerea de pietoni, cei care violeaza copii, cei care vand copii pedofililor, cei care isi abandoneaza copiii si apoi ne ofera lectii de moralitate. Lupii deghizati in oi plang chipurile dupa copiii muscati de caini, in timp ce-si violeaza copilul inchis in dormitor. HALAL CIVILIZATIE!

      • dizidentul says:

        Asa este.Doar ca nu sunt lupi ci rebuturi umane deghizate in oi sau ingeri.
        mai sunt si cei care te injura te calomniaza ca ai caine si il iubesti ca pe ori care membru de familie uman.In ingustimea mintii lor ei nu isi dau seama ca nimeni nu cere ca copilul sau omul sa fie dus cu lesa si zgarda ,ca unii asa inteleg egalitatea la cat sunt de inapoiati,aici difera aspectul,modul de viata,miscarea tehnico fizica si alte cerinte fizice ,eu vorbesc de:drepturi de viata egale,dreptul egale la libertate si fericire,la sanatate, de a iubi egal pentru ca iubirea,daca e ‘pusa pe cantar’ierarhizata este egala cu iubirea fascista ,degenerata care incearca sa distorsioneze adevarata iubire care este dincolo de a cunoaste :specie,rasa,culoare,gen.Aceste rebuturi umane lipsite de ratiune si bun simt ,se baga in viata ta personala chiar daca esti civilizat si nu deranjezi pe nimeni cu cainele,si se cred turnatori securisti ceausisti care considera ca altceva nu au de facut “constructiv”decat sa se bage in viata altora.”de ce nu adopti copil de ce caine”vine din gura lor spurcata de sufletul murdar.dar ei ce au adoptat in viata?Ca numai oameni slabi,frustrati,lasi isi varsa mania pe animale profitand ca ei sunt mai puternici.MI rusine ca sunt din Romania si de multe ori ca sunt om,ca trebuie sa convietuiesc cu asemenea rebuturi ale societatii..Trebuie sa avem incredere ca va veni si vremea lor:ori isi deschid inima si mintea si se schimba,tot respectul daca o fac,ori ..o judecata de sus le va veni de hac.

      • ZARIOIU Vasile says:

        Mai bine de atat nu se poate spune.

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