Dog catcher drags the girl’s spaniel away in Kazakhstan
This is the heartbreaking moment when an eight-year-old girl witnesses the death of her dog after an animal worker shot it in Kazakhstan with poison.
The girl, Shynali Risbibi, was on his way to school in Taraz, South Jambyl region last Thursday, as the horrible events unfolded.
She went to school accompanied by her best friend Barsik, a one-year-old dog from a spaniel breed.
This is the moment that the animal keeper takes the dog by the neck and drags him away after he shot him in Kazakhstan. Reports say that animal catchers earn a commission on every dog they take back
Shynali Risbibi (photo right), 8, can pet her companion when she notices that the shot is making him weak
You see Shynali leaning forward to help the poor puppy while he is dying for her
The next moment he approaches Barsik, grabs him by the neck and carries him away while the frightened girl runs home to ask for help
Reports say they managed to walk about 33 feet from their home when the worker, who was killing stray teeth in the area, shot Barsik in the neck with an arrow poison.
The video, recorded by the surveillance camera installed at Shynali's house, shows how Barsik is trying to return home after the attack.
The dying dog moves slowly and then falls to the ground while Shynali strokes him gently and then watches him helplessly.
Worker can be seen in the background and check his pneumatic air rifle.
The video, recorded by the surveillance camera installed at Shynali's house, shows how Barsik is trying to return home after the attack
Shynali's mother told the local media: & My daughter ran home in tears. She was shaking and could barely talk & # 39;
Her parents managed to crawl in the back of the dognappers' van and found Barsik (pictured above) lying dead among a group of other dog bodies
The next moment he approaches Barsik, grabs him by the neck and carries him away while the frightened girl runs home to ask for help.
Shynali's mother told the local media: & My daughter ran home in tears. She was shaking and could barely speak.
& # 39; After we realized what had happened, my husband and I ran outside and found that man.
& # 39; After a big fight, the worker opened his van and showed us Barsik. He lay there dead, among other fangs. & # 39;
& # 39; Shynali cried all day. We didn't dare tell her what we saw in the van.
& # 39; Now we are looking for a black Spaniel to adopt. & # 39;
Anuarbek Kaltaev, the head of Animal Control, said: & The incident occurred on October 10. The employee received a reprimand for carrying the child's air rifle. The case will be investigated by the specialists of our unit. The employee is dismissed if he is found guilty. & # 39;
Local animal lovers say that the Barsik case is not unique to the city.
The head of Animal Control, in the photo, said the man would be fired if he was found guilty and reprimanded for carrying the child's air rifle
Animal rights activist, Irina Keller, said: “In the spring of this year, an animal combat officer killed a dog for the owner, a nine-year-old girl.
& # 39; The girl protected the dog with her body and the workman aimed his gun at her.
& # 39; She got scared and stepped aside. Then he killed her dog. & # 39;
According to Mrs. Keller, & # 39; the animal control workers kill everything that moves with poison arrows and are paid by their unit for every corpse & # 39 ;.
A woman who lived next to the Risbibi family, said about their murdered dog: & Barsik was an incredibly smart dog.
& # 39; He would accompany Shynali to school and back home after class.
& # 39; He would lie on the floor at the girl's feet and make her wait for the green light at the intersection.
& # 39; He has never barked at anyone. Was very affectionate and friendly.
& # 39; Everyone in our neighborhood knew him and enjoyed it. & # 39;
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