"A wolf was severely damaged after having been hit by a car. But it would take over an hour before a tracking hunters came to an end on the suffering. "
"– It's notched out completely. Animals should not suffer unnecessarily. It doesn't matter which animal it is. So here, it's just not going to, " says jaktvårdskonsulenten Gunnar Glöersen to the Swedish hunting. "
"A wolf was badly damaged when it was hit along route 63 south of Molkom in Värmland on Tuesday morning. It lay in a ditch and tried to take out from the place by shuffling on his front legs."
" By chance passed a tracking hunters at the National olycksrådet the scene of the accident and caught sight of the wolf, writes the Swedish hunting. He stopped and called the police to apply for avlivningstillstånd for the injured animal, but it didn't. "
""I have been told that there were people in the side of the road and crying because they felt so incredibly sorry for the wolf and asked the hunter to shoot it, which he did not for the police," says Gunnar Glöersen, who is the association jaktvårdskonsulent of the hunters association, told the newspaper. "
"After about an hour got eftersöksjägaren while on another the police in Värmland, who took the decision about the killing of the wolf – and another tracking hunters came to the place after about 15-20 minutes in order to perform the job. "
"the Reason it took so long is reported to be that there are only a few secret tracking hunters engaged in searches of the predator and they are often far from the scene of the accident."
"Gunnar Glöersen is critical towards the management. "
"– It's notched out completely. Animals should not suffer unnecessarily. It doesn't matter which animal it is. So here, it's just not going to."