Three months before presidential ballot, growing outrage over treatment of animals is forcing politicians to act

A public outcry over cases of horrific abuse against dogs has pushed animal rights to the forefront of the political agenda in Cyprus, three months before presidential elections.

There was outrage over the summer when nine dogs belonging to a family of hunters were burned alive in cages they were never allowed to leave.

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