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#1
kuzmanov - 8 Dec 2016 // 23:21:41

Who is this awful person actually? She was the key official directly involved for ten years in a horrific scheme of forced disappearance of about 50,000 roaming dogs in Sofia -- roughly 5000 per year. Moreover, about 22 million Leva public funds were just drained along with the institutionalised dog massacre. All this was regularly reported as a \"successful catch-neuter-release programme\". For example, about 6500 dogs were reported as living outside in 2013. Some 8000 dogs were reported as neutered and released in next two years. Nevertheless, just about 3500 live strays were reported late 2015. No sane person should admit that six plus eight equals three, indeed. However, this monstrous, long-standing abuse was publicly patronized by PM and former mayor Bojko Borisov and current mayor Jordanka Fandykova.

#2
kuzmanov - 29 Oct 2015 // 00:38:58

Greetings! Their public rating is plummeting and their 2M voters in 2009 parliamentary elections now drop to just 800K. These imbeciles are likely trying to cure corruption with more corruption...

#3
kuzmanov - 20 Aug 2015 // 23:02:01

However, local voters elected in 2009 and 2011 the infamous Jordanka Fandykova just because they are relying upon this person's "cool image" boosted regularly by a range of servant authorities such as sociologists, corporate media and quazi-NGOs (for instance, Four Paws Foundation and Animal Rescue Foundation). Disgustingly!

#4
kuzmanov - 6 Jan 2015 // 20:10:35

Some vulgar people already dream about a bright future when this double-faced person along with its boss Bojko the Pumpkin would become Prime Minister and President of the Republic, respectively. This idea reminds about some local Putin-Medvedev scenario, indeed. And even more, Fandykova's deputy Maria Bojadzhijska (who acts as Lord of Sofia Stray Dogs since 2005) might take the Agriculture Ministry. Shame for this disgusting partisanship.

#5
kuzmanov - 25 Nov 2014 // 17:06:37

General public in Bulgaria and particularly pet owners remain misled about pet overpopulation issue due to missing intelligible policies proposed by an animal advocacy movement then accepted by the national and local authorities. We should consider the causal sequence affecting pet ownership and welfare of companion animals: there is neither dog warden services established nor smooth and effective dog identification enforced; reporting animal shelter operations is missing, too; so pet ownership remains loose and enough latchkey dogs are routinely allowed to roam and give birth; numbers of unwanted strays is recovering every year; roaming dogs - owned and unowned, neutered or not - may be killed outside or may be loaded by local animal control services at a large scale; the traces of thousands of individual dogs are disappearing, while people just believe they eventually are sterilized and released somewhere outside to live. The last is an urban legend, indeed.

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#7
kuzmanov - 23 Nov 2014 // 15:38:32

It should be seen an ongoing for-profit trend in the stray animal control performed in Bulgaria and especially in Sofia. And turning on enough NGOs into QuANGOs (quasi-autonomous non-government organizations). For instance, Vier Pfoten / Four Paws agreed in 2012 with mayor Fandykova on enhancing Bulgaria's dog pound capacity implicitly (several striking changes in the Ordinance 41). See this case described in a circular letter: <a>http://en.animalprograms.org/international-bodies-to-confront-the-dog-dumping-policy.html</a>.

#8
kuzmanov - 20 Nov 2014 // 19:12:49

Vier Pfoten (Four Paws Foundation) should made enough effort in stray animal advocacy instead of becoming more popular through photo exhibitions. In Bulgaria, there is a lack of substantial measures relevant to the humane companion animal management such as appointing animal control officers (a.k.a. dog warden services), mandatory wearing an ID tag in public place (both owned and unowned dogs), and obligations for animal shelter managers to submit annual reports on animal intake and discharge numbers. Bulgarian Animal Programs Foundation is proposing these effective steps, while Vier Pfoten did not.

#9
kuzmanov - 22 Sep 2014 // 22:10:55

Sofia mayors of transition era just turned Bulgaria's capital into Europe's infamous dog trafficking hub. Shame!

#10
kuzmanov - 22 Sep 2014 // 22:03:40

It is doubtful sociology Bulgarian style i.e. brainwashing. Mr. Raichev of Gallup and his fellows all quoted by local media are involved in this stupid scenario by mentioning just three to five smaller parties. This ensures some 90 per cent of vote to be shared amongst few cliques rotating last decade and total disregard for all other parties that would be able to propose any alternative policies.

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