Gümüşhane Provincial Police Department Environment, Nature and Animal Protection Bureau officials left food for abandoned stray dogs trying to hold on to life in the harsh winter conditions at the Zigana Mountain pass.
Environment, Nature and Animal Protection Bureau officials carried out feeding activities at an altitude of 800 meters for the animals sheltering in the kennels they put at the exit of the Zigana Tunnel, as well as other stray dogs and birds last month.
The officials, who cleaned the snow masses reaching one meter above the 10 huts built by the order of Governor Kamuran Taşbilek, left food and feed for the animals, so that the images that come to the fore in almost every winter and that make those who see it do not happen this year.
Commissioner Duygu Gülşen, Head of the Environment, Nature and Animal Protection Policing Bureau, which was established last year within the scope of the Public Security Branch of the Provincial Security Directorate, which feeds abandoned stray dogs with the officials, said, “Today we carried out a study on stray animals. As citizens, we did not forget the stray animals while trying to adapt to the harsh winter conditions. We are doing this kind of feeding studies with an interval of about 2 weeks. We feed stray animals with food such as dry food, bone and meat. Today, we came to Zigana Mountain, outside the city center of Gümüşhane. "Today, we wanted to reach animals that are unlikely to find food on the street," he said.
Our Minister Mr. In order to prevent crimes against the environment, nature and animals, and to catch the perpetrators if they were committed, Environment, Nature and Animal Protection units were established within the scope of the Police and Gendarmerie in 2020, with the instruction of Süleyman Soylu, and started to work with fully equipped vehicles in 81 provinces. The Animal Condition Monitoring Mobile application, whose short name is HAYDİ, was launched.