Michigan lawmakers want to pass a bill that people convicted of animal cruelty and/or abuse would have to register with state police. They would have to register for five years and would have an annual fine of $250. The registration list would go out to all shelters to stop them from adopting an animal.
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So what do you think? Should people who are caught abusing animal have to register with police? Or are lawmakers going too far? Or not far enough?
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Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Animal Abusers Registration?
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That is not too far at all in our book. If prosecuted and found guilty we don't think that is too much at all.
Have a wonderful Wednesday.
Best wishes Molly
As long as anyone who is adopting out dogs (rescues, shelters) has access to the list. It would be horrible if someone adopted out a dog to a bad person. I also think they should be doing community service - maybe not around animals, but in some way that would help animals. i.e. - build dog parks, maintain trails at parks, etc.
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