Cats & Kittens in Dar es Salaam
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Cats & Kittens in Dar es Salaam were sent home following an inspection. Two of them were told to leave after the inspection began, and more were being brought home the next day.
The two cats are now being let back into the house by their adoptive owners, in line with their normal weekly routine.
A number of residents are angry at the decision to send the dogs to Dar es Salaam as a warning for their cats.
“It’s really appalling that the dogs would be in our city to so deliberately set up there. It is unacceptable,” said one resident, who was also told by police there was no threat to dogs and there was no “danger” for pet owners.
In another video taken by a resident on Facebook, officers say a dog, apparently one of the dogs taken out for a run, was seen on CCTV barking frantically as the cat, in its burlap, tried to approach the van.
The cats were in the back of the trailer, where they were “rehabbed” for their last day on the home. All cats were taken to a vet.
In its statement the city said: “The City of Dar es Salaam considers this a crime against the cat and animal, a dangerous situation and is deeply concerned as pets are in danger every minute in Dar es