Sunday, June 10, 2012

$1000 Fine for Pets Without Seat Belts & More!

Today I have 2 Stories for you!!!
The First is NJ wants seatbelts on dog....Unbelieveable!
The Second is the southern states feel is OK to kill the pets in shelters when they are overpopulated!
Again Un-Freakin-Believeable!

$1000 Fine for Pets Without Seat Belts

As part of New Jersey’s Click It or or Ticket campaign, driver’s are getting a reminder about the potentially hefty fines they’ll face if they’re caught driving with an unrestrained pet.
Under New Jersey Statute 4:22-18, having an unrestrained pet in a vehicle is considered animal cruelty, and drivers who don’t have them restrained will be subject to fines that range from $250 to $1,000 and as much as six months in jail.

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The Biggest Animal Welfare Myth in the South

Ever since relocating to South Carolina many years ago, and particularly since becoming an advocate for shelter pets throughout the south, I have heard the same myth repeated ad nauseum by shelter staff, volunteers and advocates in general: The reason our shelters kill so many pets is because we don’t have strong mandatory spay-neuter (MSN) laws like they do in the north where pet overpopulation is no longer a problem. This is false. It is not true. It is false and untrue and wrong on so many levels, I want to scream every time I hear it.

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