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Animal abuse


KIMBERLEY CUMMINS

Animal abuse

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CASES OF Bestiality continue to be reported in Barbados, and animal control officials say there is evidence that not only men, but also women are engaging in sexual intercourse with domesticated animals.

Head of the Animal Control Unit, Curtis Thompson, made the revelation to the DAILY NATION yesterday following a service at St James Parish Church to mark the start of Animal Week.

“We are still getting cases of bestiality, not only from the males doing what they want to do, but involving the females doing what they wish to do with horses and dogs,” he said.

Thompson warned these predators that they exposed themselves to health risks when they sexually abused animals. He mentioned rabies, worm infection and leptospirosis among potential ailments.

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