In the village of Dilofo, in Larissa, Greece, two young sisters found a litter of six abandoned puppies in their school and decided to bring them home and care for them.
Five months. That’s how long it survived in this world. It was born in the wrong place at the wrong time, lived among the wrong people, experienced rejection, fear and starvation and ended up being shot and killed.
School kids have been doing atrocities like these all the time. For some groups of kids on Greece, pet abuse is like a hobby. The parents know about it, the neighbors know about it, and nobody really does anything.
Murdering the strays is one of Greece’s most common traditions, practiced by individuals and sometimes even by official channels. It is a method of population control that has been going on for generations, and no matter how much animal lovers and charities try their best to protect the innocent, it is simply never enough. Being involved in Animal Welfare in Greece is never easy, but dealing with mass murder every day can make you sick. Continue reading Murdering Greek Strays In Larissa – Nominated European Cultural Capital of 2021