On 08.05.2019, R.E.A.D.C. Turda held a press conference in the conference room of the Cultural Palace "IonelFloaşiu" CâmpiaTurzii, wherewe had as guests:DorinLojigan, mayor of CâmpiaTurzii, AlinIrimieş, representative of Câmpia Turzii City Hall, Philip McCreight, president of the Association Tasso e.V. Germany, CalinMărginean, the municipality's concessionaire veterinarian, and R.E.A.D.C. collaborator, prof. dr. Paul Alexandru.
The theme approached was the management of the canine population in the area of CâmpiaTurzii.
CâmpiaTurzii has become, even since 2013, the first and only municipality in Romania in which all the dogs with owner have been registered, dewormed and vaccinated against rabies.
The mayor of the municipality, DorinLojigan, thanked the associations R.E.A.D.C. and Tasso e.V. Germany for having been directly involved even since 2013. He also stated that this principle applied solves to a large extent the problem of stray dogs, uncontrolled breeding and abandonment, imposing fines for the abandonment and failure to supervise dogs on the UAT CâmpiaTurzii.
The President of Tasso e.V. GermanyAssociation, Philip McCreight, thanked those involved in the project and stressed that the success of the action and the avoidance of abandonment is based on the five fundamental principles below: 1. Registration; 2. Monitoring/recovery (through the permanent telephone station); 3. Castration/neutering; 4. Informing citizens and educating pupils on animal protection; 5. Development of regional adoptions culture.
All this led to avoiding the abandonment and intervention of the rendering, as such, the costs allocated from the local budget were reduced.
Prevention is cheaper than combating
The R.E.A.D.C. Association offered to citizens of the locality for free of charge:
- mounting to the animal collar of the reflective plate (marked with the number of the permanent recovery telephone station of the association and the animal series, for a rapid recovery); -subcutaneous inoculation of the microchip; - card badge with animal and owner data; - monitoring through the permanent telephone station; -4 readers for control authorities forfast dog identification; -internal and international search of the animal (due to the connection to the performance database of Tasso E. V Germany, with over 10 million members); -free rabies vaccination as part of the national strategic program.
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Starting from 2015, in all schools in CâmpiaTurzii, we started an educational project, aimed at raising awareness and improving civic culture, developing the responsibility of pupils and citizens with regard to holding a pet and the importance of the citizen safety and public health in Romania.
The R.E.A.D.C. Association proposes as a future project to organize annual social campaigns for castration/neutering of animals with and without owner from CâmpiaTurzii, with the help of a mobile clinic.
The R.E.A.D.C.’s intention was to acquire a mobile clinic, but C.M.V., by Decision 3/2009, conditioned its use strictly on stray animals. Due to the victory that we have obtained in court, in a lawsuit at the Court of Appeals Cluj against C.M.V., associations may become owners of a veterinary mobile clinic and carry out treatments and surgical interventions for pets.
Marin Bleidner recalled the problem of "canine tourism", which he appreciates as a business of the rendering and authorities, noting that the problem of "stray" dogs can only be solved by a broad action, on several coats, aimed at both the identification/monitoring and castration of animals, the education of citizens and the development of the adoption culture.
All this constitutes only the secondary part of the compulsory anti-rabies vaccination action, as part of public health and national safety.
Through this project we wanted to demonstrate that this is possible!!!!
It is possible, but there must be willingness and involvement!!!!
This project could be implemented nationally even since 2013... but it was not desired!!!!
Romanians' right to safety and public health was cancelled for years due to unfair legislation in favor of a criminal group, which HAS BLACKMAILED the free and compulsory rabies vaccination for the free negotiation of microchipping, health card and registration in R.E.C.S. – C.M.V. – register, made without public auction and without transparency, to an action of national interest imposed by Organic Law, which did not set costs (Law 258/2013).
- The National Strategic Program for preventing, combating, eradicating and controlling communicable diseases from animals to humans (zoonoses) is a compulsory action of national interest provided for in art. 2 of the sanitary-veterinary legislation, and in the Romanian Constitution; - the free and compulsory anti-rabies vaccination program cannot function efficiently, given that ANSVSA baffles the application of the program by passive acceptance of the rules and orders given in group interest, such as Order No. 1/2014, which blocks the national strategic program, obliging with payment in private; - for more than five years the program (anti-rabies vaccination) is not correctly applied; baffling of disease combating is a crime and is punishable according to the Penal Code; -Our fear, of citizens, is that an epidemic of rabies, in conjunction with other zoonoses, as well as with other diseases such as: swine fever, bird flu, scrapie, etc., leads the sanitary-veterinary system into commercial and economic collapse, and Romania in bankruptcy.
Prevention through control and supervision is the operating principle of our association and leads to the eradication of abandonment and, as such, to the radical improvement of the citizen security, public health and animal welfare.
Animal law without the right of animal owners is cynicism!