The SPA said it hopes the incident will not discourage others from raising animal welfare concerns.
Polish animal welfare inspectors on Wednesday complained about a dangerous animal hiding in a tree … it turned into a moonshine.
The Krakow Society for the Protection of Animals said in a Facebook post that they had received a disappointing call from residents of this southern Polish city.
“He’s been in a tree in front of the house for two days! People do not open their windows because they are afraid he will enter their house,” the man said. “It’s brown, it’s on a tree,” she added.
“No legs or head”
SPA agents commented that it could be a bird of prey. But the word could not be found, but at first it was called a “lagoon” but the person who came in contact with them said that the animal was like an iguana.
The inspectors went there the same way, noticing that the object of all attention ended with a lilac, which had “no legs or head.” “We knew we could not help this work … Nigo ‘Maya’ Lagoon ‘… turned into a moon art,” she reported.
The SPA said it hopes the incident will not discourage others from raising animal welfare concerns. She said she also received calls about abandoned cats, dogs and fish.