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Free Neutering For Farm Dogs And Bullies Joins Renewed Cat Campaign

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Get ready to do a happy dance because the Cat Neutering campaign for strays is making a comeback, and we’ve got a game-changing pilot project in the works!

During a press conference, the Parliamentary Secretary for Fisheries, Agriculture, and Animal Rights, Alicia Bugeja Said, dropped some major positivity. Not only are they keeping their promise by renewing the Neutering Campaign for ‘stray’ cats, but also rolling out a pilot project offering FREE neutering for our furry farm dogs and lovable bully breeds!

Bugeja Said explained that owners of farm dogs and bully breeds will benefit from this pilot project, to reduce the abandonment of these animals. She mentioned how in sanctuaries, including within the Animal Welfare, there are a large number of bully-breed dogs who find it difficult to be adopted.

“Our aim is to continue to protect animal rights. In addition to the extension of neutering of ‘stray’ cats, we are also looking at the reproduction of certain species of dogs which, unfortunately, most of them end up abandoned,” concluded Bugeja Said.

The Director of the Animal Welfare Directorate Joseph John Vella spoke about the criteria to apply for this campaign, as well as for the pilot project. He explained that farm dogs and bully breeds must be registered, with the application being issued in the name of the dog’s owner.

For more information one can send an email to [email protected] or call from Monday to Friday, between 7am and 1pm, on 22924369.

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