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Ohio Legislature Proposes Two New Animal Welfare Laws

December 10th, 2020

Paws Up! To the Ohio House and Senate for proposing new laws that would improve animal welfare in their state. December 10, 2020 Ohio legislators have decided it is time to step up their animal welfare standards. With the introduction of two new bills that put a spotlight on animal cruelty happening in the state, […]

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A New Ordinance in El Paso, Texas, Seeks to Protect Animals at the Groomers

December 10th, 2020

Grooming is an important part of keeping any companion animal happy and healthy. It aids in detecting skin conditions, external parasites, and other forms of injuries or ailments that may lead to more serious health problems if left untreated. Depending on your furry friends’ tolerance for “spa” day, you may need to enlist the help […]

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Community Cats in New Jersey Are Making Noise for S1034

December 8th, 2020

Community cats can be found in small towns or big cities. Their prolific numbers are no fault of their own, but, rather, a product of ignorance or negligence from pet owners who allow their unneutered cats to roam outdoors or have abandoned them altogether. Some view community cats as pests, while others have compassionately chosen […]

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Update: Big Cat Public Safety Act Passes the House!

December 5th, 2020

Paws Up! To the House of Representatives for Passing the Big Cat Public Safety Act. December 5, 2020 Important legislation that would help big cats in America took a huge step forward on December 3, 2020, when the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1380 The Big Cat Public Safety Act 272-114. The Big Cat Public […]

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Mayor de Blasio’s “Office of Animal Welfare” Lacking Accountability, Follow-through

December 3rd, 2020

Paws Down! To New York City’s Office of Animal Welfare, which has made no progress a year later. December 3, 2020 In October 2019, Mayor de Blasio signed a bill that would require the city to create an Office of Animal Welfare which would oversee and investigate various animal welfare issues throughout the city of […]

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