Save The Redmoss Road Sheep

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Around 150 sheep were left to stray on to Aberdeen City council land. Over many months their welfare has been severely compromised and many have died. The remains of around 80 sheep were found by workmen on the site and more than 20 in various stages of decomposition were discovered when concerned members of the public went to investigate the site. We call for the Council to seize the remaining adults and lambs using their powers under the Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006 to ensure that they are no longer left to suffer and die. They have been neglected over a long period and, as they are untagged, they cannot enter the food-chain. We urge the Council to listen to the people of Aberdeen who want it to use its powers to give the remaining sheep the safety of sanctuary for the rest of their lives. They have already suffered, and we do not want them to suffer more. You, Aberdeen City Council, have the power to stop their suffering by seizing them and releasing them to the free offer of Sanctuary that has been offered to you by The Karass Sanctuary. We are opposed to tax-payers money being used to prolong this matter when there is an offer of sanctuary open to you. Please support this local matter and sign 



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