Good News From Sopron, Hungary -- Abused Dogs Receiving Care and Rehabilitation

 |  Apr 23rd 2006  |   0 Contributions


For those of you who have been following the plight of the dogs of Sopron, Hungary we have good news directly from those in charge of the case.

To this day 190 dogs have been placed in 21 animal shelters in Hungary.

We have given all shelters financial and material aid from the donations, thus these dogs are presently recuperating from their terrible ordeals under consolidated conditions.

The police are still conducting investigations pertaining to the case, we are waiting for them to hand over the case to the Prosecutor's Office as, until this is going on the dogs cannot be rehomed or even neutered, they must remain at the shelters.

Luckily I can report that the majority are now accepting human contact, and food.

A large number of volunteers are visiting the shelters to help with socialization of the dogs.

If any one wishes to help, at the moment they can do so by writing to the Sopron Prosecutor's Office or to the Minister of Interior, Ms Monika Lamperth (miniszter@bm.gov.hu Belgyminisztrium 1903 Budapest, Pf.: 314, Soproni Vrosi gyszsg 9400 Sopron, Sznhz u. 27. 9401 Sopron, Pf.: 24.T./Fax: (99) 312-052) to urge them to finalize the procedure as soon as possible in order that the dogs can be neutered and permanently rehomed and that their torturer's punishment should become a precedent in Hungary.

Since we do not know how long the court procedures will take at the Hungarian Courts we are still very much in need of your donations.

However we would like to ask that all who wish to give financial support for the care of the dogs should only do so through the bank account given below. This is the only one we can follow through in order to ensure that the donations reach the place you had originally intended them for!

(Unfortunately collective bank account numbers have appeared in various places, however we cannot follow the flow of these accounts)
HEROSZ Gdll Suborganization for the Sopron dogs.
Erste Bank 11600006-00000000-17850326
SWIFT code: GIBAHUHB,
IBAN: HU77 1160 0006 0000 0000 1785 0326

Thank you for all your help, it is wonderful that so many of you are helping our cause from all over the world!

If, for any reason the matter should take a bad turn we shall turn to the EU and progress onto an international level for which we shall ask for further help and support from all of you!

You can obtain any information you require directly from info@ebugatta.hu in both English and German.

Greetings and thank you to all dog lovers!

Until now we have contact with the following animal rights/protection organizations, web sites regarding the cause of the Sopron dogs:
Dogster.com
Zelda Penzel, President PEACE~People for the End of Animal Cruelty and Exploitation New York, NY
Humane Society International www.hsus.org
International Fund for Animal Welfare www.ifaw.org
World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) www.wspa.org
World Animal Net - www.worldanimalnet.org
ASPCA -- America's first humane organization
TSE Tierschutz - europaweit e.V.
AnimalsVoice
IFAW
Pro Animals Finland
Dogs Trust - A Dog Is For Life
James Hogan Vice Chairman Mayhew Animal Home & Humane Education Centre
World Dog Press Association
Pro Animals Finland
Action Against Poisoning
www.hund-und-co.de
www.mensch-dulebst.de
Stichting Hulp aan Buitenlandse Honden www.redeenhond.nl princesse@reiseclub-imperial.de Society for protecion of animals Trbovlje SLOVENIA
Best Friends Animal Society
Domestic Animal and Wildlife Rescue & Information People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
AnimalLife from Switzerland
Turkish Animal Protection Groups of Haytap (Animal Rights Turkish Active Power Alliance)

Did you notice that Dogster.com was at the top of the list of sites with which she was in contact? Thank you to all the dogsters who helped out our Hungarian furfriends who were in such dire straits. Once again, I'm proud to be part of your pack!

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