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Putting down poison is a cruel way to deal with what you perceive as a “problem animal”. It condemns the victim to an agonising death — sometimes a long drawn–out one. Unfortunately, animals are poisoned for a number of reasons. They may be perceived to be dangerous, they may be considered a nuisance in the area or they may be simply doing their jobs, protecting their homes. In the latter case, it is often criminals who poison family watchdogs, prior to invading their owner’s property.
When poison is put down it may not only be the intended victims who suffer. Other animals that pass through the area may eat the poisoned food. So may some of the local wildlife. Even some unfortunate street-dweller may unknowingly eat from a box of tempting but tainted chicken left out for smaller victims. Then again, a person in the poisoner’s household may come in contact with the substance and become seriously ill.
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