SOFIA In Bulgaria is the outcry over the death of dozens of horses. Activists saw the dying animals on a hillside in the west of the country, near the border with Macedonia.
These horses are still alive, but they are in bad shape…
The Public Prosecutor’s office made Tuesday announced that about seventy animals have died.
The horses that are still alive are in bad shape. A spokeswoman for the ORDER said that an investigation has begun to the owner of the approximately one hundred animals. He would be “significant rates” of the EU have to receive horses to breed.
Activists had Sunday to raise the alarm about the state of the animals. “They run a lot of danger due to the deep snow, low temperatures and by the wolves,” said activist Elitsa Dimitrova. “They starve. They have a long time not eaten and they are helpless. If they have no power, are they just in the snow.”
The disclosure led to controversy in the Eastern European country. Both europe as the citizens were shocked at the fate of the animals.