Marche à Québec contre les usines à chiots et l'euthanasie par chambre à gaz.（フランス語） 2011年1月7日公開。カナダ、ケベック州における、犬猫のガス室殺処分とパピーミルによる子犬生産に対する抗議デモ。 私はフランス語は全くわかりませんが、プラカードに書かれた、「750,000＝75万」、「Gaz （chambre à gaz）＝ガス（ガス室）」、「euthanasie＝安楽死」、「chat＝猫」、「chien＝犬」、「Non＝No」の単語ぐらいはわかります。上記の最初のブログ主さんは、このようなデモのニュースを見たことがないのでしょうか。かなり大規模なデモです。犬猫の殺処分や、ペットショップに商品の子犬を卸すパピーミルがなければ、このようなデモが行われるわけがありませんね。
500,000 cats and dogs were euthanized because they could not find a home. Only 5% were adopted from a shelter. People instead bought them from a recognized breeder . Take a look, however, at the number of animals that come from other sources. Unfortunately, many of these animals come from cat and dog farms. Even pets sold in pet shops that are not accompanied by a pedigree may come from these cat and dog farms.
CATS PROTEST CANADA'S CRUEL GASSING METHODS AND ASK CAT-LOVERS FOR A VOICE 「猫の残酷なガス室による殺処分方法について抗議し、それに賛成する愛猫家の世論を求めます」（英語）。2009/06/28 に公開。動画公開は２００９年と古いですが、猫に関してはカナダでは、ガス室による殺処分が今も行われているとのメディアの記述があります。
2 MILLION HOMELESS DOGS IN CANADA AND THE WORLD’S DOG OVERPOPULATION IS ARRIVING AT OUR DOORSTEP …. At least 600,000 dogs in Canada are euthanized every year ... There are thousands of dogs waiting to enter rescues in every province and sadly, many Canadians seem blissfully unaware of our homeless dog overpopulation. Most Canadians are uninformed about the methods by which dogs are ‘euthanized’ in our own country - lethal injection (the most ‘humane’), gas chambers, heart sticking and gun shot.
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I dedicate the deep condolences to the Belgian victims.
（Summary） The cat came back — again and again. And now, because Dan Smith didn’t get it registered, he may be going to jail. Smith, 65, has been chased for months by animal control officers and police in Gatineau over a $276 charge — fine and court costs — after being found guilty last summer of not having a licence for a cat, as required under municipal bylaw.
The cat came back — again and again. And now, because Dan Smith didn’t get it registered, he may be going to jail. Smith, 65, has been chased for months by animal control officers and police in Gatineau over a $276 charge. — fine and court costs — after being found guilty last summer of not having a licence for a cat, as required under municipal bylaw. Smith, however, says that “Winnie” isn’t his, and it’s feral anyway, and he doesn’t even live in Gatineau. He says Winnie belongs to his estranged wife. Elizabeth says Dan is telling the truth. She started caring for Winnie after it began showing up 12 years ago. Because Winnie is a feral cat, she never thought of buying the annual licence for the animal. The cat just kept showing up and they fed it because it was hungry. But he recalls being told by a surly Outaouais SPCA animal control officer who ticketed him in September 2014. “You feed it, you own it.” Smith says he refused to pay the $276. I said: Do what you want. I don’t own a cat. “I don’t believe you,” Smith recalls the judge saying before pronouncing him guilty. Smith’s arrest over the unpaid money has been issued.