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Overview: Our investigations in Romania

19.02.2014 | Romania, Animal Market Campia Turzii

Animals‘ Angels inspects the animal market in Campia Turzii where primarily pigs are sold. Most of them are placed in wooden crates and to show them to the costumers they are lifted by one leg – presented and brushed off like a...[more]


26.01.2014 | Romania, Cattle Transport to Israel

[Translate to englisch:] Tiertransport Rinder Rumänien nach Israel

Animals‘ Angels inspects a truck loaded with young bulls near Giurgiu, Romania. The about 4 month old calves are destined for slaughter in Israel. Since the day before Romania is in a state of emergency: due to temperatures of...[more]


22.12.2013 | Romania, Targoviste

Every Sunday morning in Targoviste a general market takes place where feedstuff for animals, accessories for horses and other goods are sold. Sadly, a group of people finds satisfaction in performing a cruel exhibition with...[more]


21.12.2013 | Romania, Calarasi

It is a Romanian tradition to kill pigs to celebrate Christmas holidays but this year the National Veterinary Authority informed the citizens with a press release that it is absolutely forbidden to do it at markets. Further, with...[more]


5.-15.10.2013 | Romania

A team of Animals’ Angels is in Romania to check the animal markets visited last May. Complaints were sent to the competent authorities regarding the brutal handling of the animals, the irregular means of transports and the...[more]


12.05.2013 | Romania, Giurgiu

Nine years ago Animals’ Angels met the authorities of the district of Giurgiu to stop violent and brutal practices at a weekly live animal market. Whilst pigs are not slaughtered anymore on site, traders persist with their cruel...[more]


08.05.2013 | Romania, Bistrita

A team of Animal’ Angels visits some markets with live animals in Romania. Here, in the district of Bistrita, a small weekly market takes place in violation of the basic European rules stated to provide a minimum of protection to...[more]


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