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THE growing problem of stray dogs and animal welfare in general requires a more flexible and productive law which will hopefully be in place at the end of the year, according to Nicosia’s municipal health inspector, Michalis Lagos. The interior ministry, local municipalities, officials from the game fund, NGO’s and veterinary services have all been contacted to contribute to a new law that will oversee swifter and more efficient handling of situations where animals have been mistreated or abandoned... 10 comments