Wednesday 07 June 2017 | 38

Two girls and 36 animals abandoned in 80m²!

How far can horror go? One Voice has filed a complaint in this sordid new case of mistreatment once again illustrating the link between the violence.

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It was a kitten dying on a sidewalk that gave the alert and triggered the questioning of the owner. On February 13th, the gendarmes discovered the horror in an apartment near downtown Lamballe (22). In desolation, saturated with strong odours of excrement, sheltering in this house without hygiene two little girls (18 months and 5 years) surrounded by 19 cats, 6 dogs, 8 puppies and 2 rats. All, including the children in a real state of physiological misery.

If One Voice is a civil party in this case, it is so that all light is shed on the responsibilities of the young couple renting this council house. Housed in such distressful condition’s these children and as many animal companions, without any provision of necessary care. Behind all of this a social situation that is obviously difficult, unfortunately all too common, is probably hidden a new case of mistreatment combining humans and animals. The couple will have to answer for deprivation of care and food to minors under 15 years old and for abuse, acts of cruelty and maltreatment towards animals.

One Voice has been fighting for a long time to ensure that animal abuse receives an appropriate penal response, taking into account the existing link with the facts of violence against humans. In this case, letting so many animals and children waste away in such insalubrious conditions seems unimaginable. The two girls were taken care of by the social worker and the animals were collected by the SPA of Rennes. The hearing will take place this month.

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val | Thursday 08 June 2017

Bonjour!
Les commentaires genre que font les assistantes sociales m’exaspèrent!
Si personne ne leur signale, comment peuvent-elles intervenir ???
La responsabilité est plutôt du côté des voisins, de la famille et de ceux qui côtoient et voient ça au quotidien sans se bouger et signaler??
Arrêtons de tout réduire à des stéréotypes et des jugements à l'emporte pièce..
Que chacun se responsabilise, que ce soit dans la défense des êtres humains ou des animaux.
Evitons que de telles horreurs se reproduisent en sensibilisant les gens.
C'est facile de critiquer...

pitbull | Thursday 08 June 2017

Tout à fait d'accord avec vous Val.
Les plus proches personnes de ce genre de situation font toujours l'autruche et apres critiquent et accusent souvent sans fondement.

Langue de | Thursday 08 June 2017

Les AS ne sont pas assez nombreuses, souvent mal reçues et parfois pas du tout énergiques ! Mais il semble difficile d'ignorer un pareil enfer, en tant que voisin, enseignant ou tout autre témoin ! C'est de la non assistance à être vivant en très grand danger! L'éternelle indifférence.....

Caribou | Thursday 08 June 2017

Les parents doivent être punis, mais les grands-parents et la famille proche aussi.

Angel | Thursday 08 June 2017

Je comprends vraiment pas les voisins c'est vraiment plus que honteux !!!! J'espère qu'ils vont être punis les pauvres fillettes et animaux mon dieu j'ai mal au cœur..