However, the bill does not specify where the money will go or how it would be spent to improve animal welfare. “We don’t object if the government charges registration fees, but the amount must be appropriate and the agency must explain how the income is spent,” wrote the Watchdog Thailand page. “Personally, I think it [the registration bill] doesn’t tackle the problems, but makes them worse. Bill to be reconsidered“If the bill was passed into the law, more dogs would be abandoned, uncared for, starve and spaying or neutering is harder. The bill, in fact, aims to prevent pet owners from abandoning their pets and to provide welfare for the unwanted ones.
Source: The Nation Bangkok October 12, 2018 02:03 UTC