It is everyone’s right to have security measures on their premises to avoid un-invited guests. Whoever trespasses does so at your own risk.
I stand by my word as I have said earlier. That is, whenever ferocious animals like pit bulls among others escape from the perimeters which they are confined and attack any civilian, the owner/s must take responsibility.
I don’t think that there is anyone who would disagree with me on the current issue which involves civilian, Mr. Patrick Gordon whose face was disfigured from an attack by pit bulls. I make reference to Kaieteur News report dated September 20.
In my opinion and without any question/s, those pit bulls should be put to sleep.
If we fail to address the seriousness and attention to these continuous attacks on civilians, god forbids, but we might very well witness an attack on children heading off to school or even an attack on some prominent figure in society.
Why are they so much silence from the Veterinary Fraternity, Animal advocates and the Animal office just in the vicinity of Bourda Market?
As a reminder, my passion for animals is the ones with wings.
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