Chinanews.com, May 20. According to Hong Kong's Sing Tao.com report, the Hong Kong Marine Police and the Customs jointly acted on the 19th to expose the smuggling group in an extremely narrow and harsh environment, smuggling more than 100 famous cats and dogs. Now the batch of cats and dogs has been It will be handed over to the Fisheries Department and the Animal Protection Association for inspection and care.

The Association stated that it has received a large number of calls from the public to inquire about adoption, and they will now take care of them until further instructions from law enforcement agencies can arrange for the animals to be adopted.

  The Love Association stated that it received a notification from the Marine Police on the evening of the 18th and learned that the police seized a total of 136 suspected smuggled cats and dogs on a suspicious vessel. In the cage, food, water and animal cages are immediately provided to help relieve difficulties.

  After a preliminary inspection by the veterinarian of the Fisheries and Conservation Department, the Association received 12 dogs and 35 cats among them on the 19th. Since the animals of unknown origin are suspected of being smuggled into China, they need to be quarantined for at least 4 months according to the law. During the investigation of the case, the Love Society took care of the animals until further instructions from law enforcement agencies were received to arrange for the animals to be adopted.

  According to previous reports, the Hong Kong Police Marine Division, the Small Boat Division and the Customs Marine Joint Task Force launched a joint anti-smuggling operation on the 18th. During the operation, police officers seized a total of 136 suspected smuggled cats and dogs on a suspicious vessel. , the batch of cats and dogs were contained in 17 cramped pet cages, and the speedboat seized was valued at HK$1.4 million.

The batch of younger cats and dogs of famous breeds was then handed over to the Fisheries and Protection Department and the Love Association for inspection and care.

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