Switzerland. Topping the list of countries with the strictest animal laws is this European country. The Swiss Ordinance on the Protection of Animals of 2008 was enacted and its laws became some of the strictest in the world.
Bulgaria has very good, modern Animal Welfare Law (APA 2008) that forbids inhumane handling of animals and places strays under special protection. On 14 April 2011, Bulgarian Parliament passed an amendment in the Penal Code, which criminalizes Extreme Cruelty to Animals. That came onto force on 27 July, 2011
The 6 Worst Countries for Dogs
Japan. One of the worst things about Japan is the accepted mass execution of dogs and cats. ...
China. One country you've probably expected to see on the “worst” list is China, and you're not wrong. ...
Saudi Arabia. ...
Dec 12, 2018
Why are there no stray dogs in Germany?
The main reason why the Germans break up with their pets is to move. In many homes it is forbidden to keep pets. This is always mentioned in the rental contract and this means that they cannot be maintained at all, because the guilty party will definitely know about this and will be held responsible for sure.Apr 14, 2019
Stray animals are actually protected by Turkish law. The city of Istanbul has a program designated for the protection and overseeing of the vast number of stray dogs and cats that roam the city. Food and water stations are provided.Nov 3, 2021
Turkey has a "no kill, no capture" law towards all its stray animals, including the 100,000 dogs that roam the streets of Istanbul. ... The dogs' lives are also so radically different from those of so many humans, viewers can glean lessons from watching these peripatetic routines.Mar 7, 2021