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The sequence below clearly shows a dog eating with pleasure the cats bitten off foot; while the dog devours its meal, the cat is fully conscious: each time the dog helps itself to the cats foot, its front feet jerk, and the cat is trying to run away.
(In oriental countries, stray dogs are usually not fed, therefore they eat the killed cats.)

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The sequence below shows very well the dogs acting fast and losing any interest in the cat that has become totally immobile. Having seen a different object (apparently, some other cat), the entire pack runs the different way, demonstrating absolute indifference toward the victim, no matter alive or dead.

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Below: kittens are usually harassed by dogs longer because they are unable to offer strong resistance

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In the lower sequence: a dying cat after being attacked by dogs.
The dogs typical stile: biting through with no tell-tale signs.

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Some extracts from videomonitoring


Below: the dogs were all set to remain under the tree on the lookout for this male cat till the last

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Below: the cat managed to survive only because the dog was alone.

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Below: whatever the dogs are busy with in the yard, they look every now and then out of the corner of their eye at the basement air holes. Catching cats is the most engaging pursuit of feral dogs.

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Below: a cat, its tail bitten off, dreads next attack every day

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Below: fleeing the dogs, the cat hid itself in a discarded pipe. This saved its life.

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Below: cats may stay for hours on the lookout for a cat to lacerate it, when it jumps down or falls off the tree. However, the dogs do not like a human around, and run away.

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Below: to many people, horrible death of a beloved pet may be the biggest shock in life

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* When the only measure to terminate habitation of homeless animals in the street is placement of such animals in a shelter for protracted keeping, this means leaving part of the population in the street which inevitably propagates. Hence, such a system does not solve the problem.

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Cats attacked by homeless dogs (video)
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ALL ABOUT CATS BEING EXTERMINATED BY DOGS

      Scenes of cats being attacked by stray dogs are extremely hard to film on camera because the itinerant packs of dogs emerge like bolt out of the blue. If the dogs failed to spot a cat immediately, they do not bother to stop and keep running to the next yard. Having seen the cat, the dogs attack it instantly, so it is not easy for a person with a camera in hand to react properly. Some packs will seize the cats on the way to the yard, while others, being aware that the yard is inhabited by cats, remain on the lookout for their prey, making no noise. When the dog seizes and lacerates the cat, it does not bark. Most packs of dogs hunt at night and fear people who are likely to witness cat killing. Many packs realize that humans do not approve of their actions.
      The absence of evidence proving that dogs are cat killers has long been used by persons engaged in humane swindling schemes of stray dog sterilization or keeping in shelters*. The entire criminal activity of such swindlers actually hinged on the fact nobody was able to prove the dogs are cat killers. These people deliberately would let nobody to disseminate this information, for it constitutes the primary proof of inhumaneness of any programs suggesting free habitation of homeless animals.
      Zoo-extremists, seeking to cover up this crime, insist that video-clips exposing their real intentions should not be demonstrated anywhere. However, video sequences do show environmentally-significant information. Under Art. 41, 42 of the RF Constitution, the citizens are entitled to obtain true information on the environment, therefore any attempts to prohibit show of such clips is tantamount to violation of the citizens rights. The purpose of demonstrating the said scenes is actually the demand for an immediate change of the existing situation.

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