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‘Has to pay’ Woman tries to drown friend’s dog in front of shocked Majorca beachgoers

A buddy reportedly requested the girl’s boyfriend to look at the nine-year-old pup named Laika. Nevertheless, after her accomplice went to hospital, the girl was left with the canine.

Reportedly drunk, she allegedly took the pooch outdoors and commenced to beat it.

Neighbours objected to no avail – the girl ignored them and allegedly walked Laika to Illetas seashore the place she dragged the canine into the water and tried to drown it.

Shocked swimmers close by intervened and took the pup off the girl earlier than calling the police.

She was then arrested on suspicion of committing an alleged offence of animal abuse. Statements have been taken from witnesses on the seashore.

The police informed Laika’s proprietor what her buddy had achieved whereas she was at work.

The proprietor was livid and couldn’t consider what had occurred.

She informed the Majorca Every day Bulletin that the girl “has to pay” for what she had achieved to the canine.

She stated: “How are you going to beat such a small, loving animal for pleasure? I’ll go all the way in which.”

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Spain’s Minister for Social Rights Ione Belarra tweeted in regards to the legal guidelines, which got here into impact in January of this 12 months.

She stated: “As of at the moment, animals stop to be issues by regulation and turn into what they’re, beings that really feel.

“We take an enormous step to enhance animal welfare. In 2022 we proceed working in order that the #LeyProtecciónAnimal that fights in opposition to abandonment and abuse additionally turns into a actuality.”

Catalan Information reported that these convicted of animal abuse would often be sentenced to 18 months in jail in Spain.


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