By now it's all the more clear that sweet little Tilda did not have a chance. Unfortunately for her and for her owner, she went to a Swedish vet with big prejudice against foreign dogs in Sweden. The owner was not given time to think things through, to come up with money for the expensive surgery imposed on Tilda, to ask for second vet opinion. Tilda was simply put to sleep much too fast. Recklessly and abusively, I would say.
So let's meet the ones who did this.
The vet clinic where Tilda was in our opinion abusively put to sleep is called Sollentuna Veterinärklinik. It can be found on facebook here and their webpage is here. Their email address is: [email protected]
The vet's name is Marie-Louise Drugge.
So Romania is a horrible place for dogs, with massive overpopulation and appalling welfare, and with the worst attitude from Romanian authorities' side. But what can we say about a country with supposedly high standards of animal welfare, a super civilized country, but where foreign dogs are abusively put to sleep without secondary vet opinions? Dogs that appeared happy and without any pain to anyone seeing them, but were immediately put to sleep without further investigations and vet opinions?
Dear Swedish animal lovers, dear animal lovers from all over the world, I
am asking you today, on Stray Animals' Day, please light a candle with
me for Tilda. Her owner is suffering terribly, and all the ones who have
known her are in shock and without any more tears left to cry for her.
But we won't go down without the fight of our lives. In memory of Tilda, we want the Swedish media and the police to be informed about the abusive deeds of this Swedish vet. We also want to flood their email with questions about why they killed Tilda in such great rush. In the last 24 hours we have been informed about serious prejudice of several Swedish vets against Romanian dogs; how they fight against foreign dogs being brought into Sweden; and how they even threaten Swedish animal lovers who care for foreign dogs, telling them to use their time and money to help Swedish dogs instead.
People from all over the world must take a stance against the abusive killing of Tilda. For Stray Animals' Day, and for the love of humanity, in memory of Tilda...