CAIRO (EGYPT) – In Egypt there is growing disdain for the planned export of more than four thousand dogs and stray cats to countries where, in place of an adoptive family, they will find the kitchens of meat restaurants. And, as agi.it writes, Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah also rails against the project: "Cats and dogs will not be exported anywhere. It will not happen, "assures the Egyptian champion on Twitter.
As the newspaper La Stampa tells today, it all began last week, when the newspaper al-Masri al-Yawm released the news that the Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture authorized the export of 2,400 cats and 1,700 dogs. A precise number, not so much information on the destination countries.
As agi.it goes on, the animal welfare associations immediately began to express their concerns about the fate of these strays, fearing that they could end up in countries where dogs and cats are eaten. Among the top of the list is South Korea, where Egyptian deputy Margaret Azer proposed to send street animals: "Several South Koreans have criticized Egypt for not exporting their stray dogs instead of letting them hurt their people on the street ".
– Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) 26 November 2018
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