Its owner, a Kurdish refugee, believes that the Veterinary Office is more permissive with the animals of Ukrainian exiles.
boncuck will be two years old this summer. This cat, temporarily sequestered since April 5 at Geneva airport, risks being euthanized. This is a hypothesis mentioned at the beginning of the month by the Federal Office for Veterinary Affairs (OSAV), which criticizes its owner, T., for not having announced the arrival of the animal from a country at risk in terms of of rabies, namely Turkey: “If he were to develop the disease, he would risk infecting human beings or animals, writes the OSAV. Rabies is a disease whose outcome is always fatal.”
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