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On 13th May 2011 A.F.R.A learned from FB sources that there was another plan to massacre street dogs in the same manner as we had read with horror a few days before in relation to the Botosani Massacre.

We immediately issued an Action Alert that thankfully was answered and actioned upon by Animal welfare groups and individuals from around the globe within minutes and continued throughout the day flooding every Romanian Embassy, European Parliament members mail boxes as well as the media. We have no idea at this time if that was enough to deter yet another vile massacre, but what we cannot afford to do, or rather the street dogs of Brasov cannot afford us to do, is for us not to discontinue with our actions.

Keep in mind we have had no formal denial issued in regards to this proposal, so at this time we would suggest it is safe to presume that the cogs are still turning in Brasov, albeit at a quieter rate. It is imperative now more than ever that we follow up our emails, letters, calls and faxes and remind the authorities we will not let this rest until we have an official assurance that this proposed action will not go ahead, or an official statement denying such proposal was planned.

Take Action

If you live in Brasov

  1. It is very important that you guys report back to us what you see and hear. For instance is there increased activity with the dog catchers, have you heard any more news of this proposal going ahead? Take photos, write down what you see and witness and send all the information to us here at A.F.R.A. by emailing

  2. If at all possible, follow the dog catchers vans, video and take photographs, stop them from taking those dogs!

If you live outside of Romania

  1. Follow up your email to the Romanian/Brasov Government. Click here to download letter to Brasov/Romanian Government a prewritten generic letter to either directly copy and paste into an email , or to use as a structure for your own. Email addresses of the Brasov and Romanian Government contacts can be found below

  2. Email the president of the Romanian College of Veterinary Doctors, a Mr Andronie whose email address is  The reason we suggest this will become clear once you have read the second generic letter we have constructed that again you can either copy and paste in its entirety to the president of the college or use it as a structure for your own personal correspondence to him.  Click here to download Letter to Veterinary College

  3. Contact other Romanian Government members and European Parliament members in a mass email,   Click Here for mass email addresses (Look just under section 6, titled Mass Email Addresses) and again either use the Generic Romanian Government letter or write your own.

  4. Re-contact your local Media and News stations expressing your concern at their lack of interest in such a story, and how as a loyal customer/reader/viewer you are disappointed at their lack of interest. For UK and Romanian media contacts, Click Here and scroll down the page.


Brasov Email contacts,;;;;;;;;;;;;;,,,,,


Romanian Government Contacts - (Fax if possible as well as email)

Presidency of Romania
Mr. Traian Basescu, President of Romania,
Fax: +40 21 319.31.31

Government of Romania
Mr. Emil Boc, Prim-minister
Fax: +40 21 313 98 46

Democrat-Liberal Party (PD-L)
Mr. Emil Boc, President
Fax: 00 40 21 2301625; 230 22 62,

National Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety Authority (ANSVSA)
Mr. Radu Roatis, President
Fax +40 21 3124967

Parliament of Romania - Chamber of Deputies
Mrs. Roberta Anastase, President,,
Fax: +40 21 3134931, +40 21 3120828

Committee for Public Administration Territorial Planning and Ecological Balance
(within Chamber of Deputies)
Mrs. Sulfina Barbu, President
Fax +40 21 3146934

European Peoples Party (PPE) (where PD-L party is member)
Fax: + 32 2 2854141

Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (UDMR)
Mr. Kelemen Hunor, President,,,
Fax: 00 4 0264 590 758
Tel fax: 021 314 68 49, 021 314 43 56, 021 314 45 83

Ministry of Administration and Interior
Fax: 00 4 021.314.97.18, +40 21 3103072

AMR (Romanian Municipalities Association),,
Fax: +32 (0)2 213 82 39