Fox brutally attacked and killed in Cork garden

28 Dec

A fox brutally savaged to death in a Cork housing estate the day after Christmas is one of the latest victims of Ireland’s cruel foxhunting.

Horrific photos posted online [] show the remains of the unfortunate creature after he was cornered in a garden and attacked by a pack of hounds during a St Stephen’s Day hunt.

The attack was witnessed by a family who were left in shock after seeing the defenceless animal killed in their front garden.

“I’m absolutely horrified, shaking with shock,” witness Niamh stated. “About 30-40 hunt dogs have come into the estate here in Macroom and ripped apart a fox in my garden. My family watched this needless cruelty, and are extremely upset. Almost 15 minutes later, 3 jeeps full of scumbags were at the entrance of the estate. Of course I took off out to them. The ignorant prick in the gold jeep drove at me. They want the fox, but they can f*** off, and if they set foot on my property they will be sorry.”

There should be no place in modern Ireland for foxhunting. A ban on this cruel and barbaric bloodsport is long overdue here. In foxhunting, foxes are chased to exhaustion and attacked/torn apart when caught by the pack of dogs. Foxes who try to escape underground are dug out and thrown to the pack to be killed.

Please join us as we renew our appeal to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Agriculture Minister Michael Creed (a native of Macroom who has responsibility for animal welfare legislation) to ban foxhunting and all bloodsports.

An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar
Department of the Taoiseach,
Upper Merrion St, Dublin 2
Telephone: +353 (0)1-6194020
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Michael Creed TD
Minister for Agriculture
Department of Agriculture
Agriculture House,
Kildare Street, Dublin 2.
Tel: 01-607 2000 or LoCall 1890-200510.
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