Dogs and horses retiring from government service in Poland will get pension

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In Poland, plans are being made to give pension to dogs and horses retired from police, border guards and fire services so that those serving the country can get social security even after service.

Warsaw Poland is planning to give pension to its dogs and horses retiring from border guards and fire services so that those serving the country can get social security even after service. Yet the serving dogs and horses stop receiving government care after retirement and are handed over to NGOs or people who want to adopt them.

On the appeal of the security forces / members of the police etc., the Home Ministry has proposed a new law under which there is a plan to give these dogs and horses official status and pension after retirement so that their new owners will be able to take care of the fat expenses on their care Don’t worry

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What did Home Minister Morris Cumminski say?Home Minister Morris Cumminski has called the draft of the proposed law a moral responsibility, which should get a consensus from the Parliament. This bill is to be introduced in Parliament at the end of the year.




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