A new Municipal Ordinance for Animal Protection for Caracas is very close to its completion. After months of meetings, debates, agreements and proposals, finally the Municipal Council of the Libertador municipality together with the animal movements of the city, will go out this October 15 to public consultation of these regulations, to add achievements in the defense and rights of our animals.
This was reported during the Nevado radio program by councilor Erika Bernal, who chairs the Permanent Commission of Culture, Historical Heritage and Alternative Media of the municipal entity. "After exhaustive meetings with all the animalists that make up the Capital city, we decided to advance an ordinance to safeguard the lives of our furry and counteract the cruelty of many people who still do not understand the importance of living beings for our society."
In that sense, Councilor Bernal took the opportunity to extend the invitation to all those who empathize with the animal cause, to come to Los Caobos Park on Friday and participate in the debate, which is also estimated to become a party for honor the puppy and kitten of the house.
"I hope that this Friday, October 15, we will fill the park with emotions, with ideas but above all with respect and commitment to continue advancing in the construction and approval of our municipal ordinance," he said.
For her part, the president of Misión Nevado, Maigualida Vargas, guaranteed the assistance of her veterinary team, who, at the same event, will develop workshops on comprehensive medical care, vaccination, deworming "and many more surprises." In this way, he summoned all pet owners to come to the Venezuela fountain in Sucre Los Caobos Park with their pets and share the activities as a family.