Russians have drawn up several petitions against a Russian Railways conductor who took Twix the cat off the train at a station in Kirov. On the website change.org, more than 71 thousand signatures were collected to demand the dismissal of a Russian Railways employee.
We demand that the conductor be fired for violating her job description (a ticket was issued for the cat) and for cruelty to the animal, as well as pay compensation to the owners for moral damages,” the text of the petition says.
In addition, a petition was filed against the handler requesting to prosecute her for cruelty to animals. 27.5 thousand Russians supported this initiative. The number of signatures is constantly growing.
We demand justice in this situation,” added the authors of the petition.
Earlier, the cat Twix, whom the guide dropped off in the cold, was found dead. According to the pet’s owner, the cat’s body was brought to her. More than 300 volunteers were involved in the search for the animal. The cat’s owners contacted law enforcement.
The situation outraged the general director of the Bolshoi Moscow State Circus on Vernadsky Avenue, People’s Artist of Russia Edgard Zapashny. He said he would never understand a person who could throw an animal out into the cold. He noted that you need to ask the carrier company employee “what’s going on in her head, how she’s raising her children.”