Horses and Dog Reportedly Found Emaciated and Abandoned on Farm Deserve Justice

Target: Fernando Clavijo Batlle, President of Canary Islands, Spain

Goal: Ensure strict penalties for the individual allegedly involved in the distressing case of animal neglect.

Unimaginable suffering reportedly befell two horses and a dog discovered in appalling conditions on a Gran Canaria farm. The initial probe by authorities reportedly unveiled a scene so distressing that one horse, too weak to stand, met a merciful end through euthanasia. The other animals, though alive, bore the scars of severe neglect: emaciation, muscle atrophy, and abandonment.

Further inquiry into this grim scenario reportedly exposed a chilling reality: the farm, a wasteland of refuse and devoid of proper shelter, was no place for any living creature. The alleged perpetrator, shockingly, had apparently forsaken these innocent animals for three weeks. The neglect was so severe that outsiders felt compelled to intervene, providing sustenance to prevent further tragedy.

This case speaks volumes of the importance of vigilant public reporting and strict adherence to animal welfare laws. The suffering endured by these animals, due to alleged negligence, must be met with stringent legal repercussions. Ensure that those responsible face the full force of the law.


Dear Fernando Clavijo Batlle,

A case of heart-wrenching cruelty has cast a shadow over Gran Canaria. Two horses and a dog, in a pitiful display of neglect, were reportedly found in conditions that have shocked the community. The neglect was reportedly so profound that one horse, beyond help, had to be euthanized. The remaining animals, though alive, reportedly exhibited clear signs of severe mistreatment.

This distressing situation unveils a larger issue of animal welfare negligence. The alleged perpetrator’s apparent blatant disregard for the well-being of these innocent creatures, evidenced by their prolonged absence and the deplorable state of the farm, demands your immediate attention. It is not only a matter of punishing this grievous act but also a crucial step in reinforcing the sanctity of animal rights and welfare.

We beseech you to pursue this case with the utmost severity. Let this serve as a precedent, affirming that such blatant disregard for life and law will not be tolerated. We urge you to take decisive action, ensuring that justice is served for these voiceless victims.


[Your Name Here]

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One Comment

  1. Lesley Rodgers says:

    I have signed another petition to same president of Canaries, about a proposed very cruel octopus factory farm. Spain has a terrible animal cruelty record, very brutal, barbaric people. They have no compassion for animals, maybe because most are Catholic, which has a long history of cruelty for hundreds of years. I read that in South America, centuries ago, Spanish priests would put kittens and puppies in ovens and bake to death so natives could here their screams, and priests said that would be them in hell if they did not become Catholic. The culture of cruelty to animals is still alive in Spain, especially to hunting dogs, which are tortured and killed at the end of a season, to bullfighting, where cows and calves are practiced on and horribly killed by incompetent trainee matadoors.

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