Mercoledì, 19 Settembre 2018

Animals in Naples zoo without food in 48 hours


Naples, January 21 - Employees at the Naples zoo
in southern Italy said on Monday that if urgently needed funds
for food and new owners are not found within 48 hours the zoo's
animals risk starvation.
Employees of Edenlandia zoo and amusement park launched an
appeal saying that within 48 hours hay, fruit and all other
foodstuffs for the tigers, birds, elephants and other animals
will be finished.
The lease for the emergency administration of Edenlandia by
a trustee group after its management company Park and Leisure
went belly up in 2011 expires on January 31 and if there is no
agreement for the takeover of a new company, all 70 employees
will be laid off and and the animals' future put at risk.
"There are only a few days left for both us and the
animals. We would like to know why it has gotten to this point
and mostly, what is going to be done," a representative from the
employees' association said.
"If no solution is found, we are going to be thrown out and
the animals will die of hunger".

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