Animal Abuser Registries

Several states have introduced bills that would require those convicted of animal abuse to be listed on a public registry.

Several states have introduced bills that would require those convicted of animal abuse to be listed on a public registry.

Many states are introducing animal abuser registry legislation. An animal abuser registry is fashioned after child abuser registries and helps communities identify those within their boundaries who have been convicted of animal abuse. Several states have introduced multiple bills that address the issue of keeping track of animal abusers. Below is a list of five such states, with links to one bill before the state legislature as well as links to contacting legislators in each state.

We must protect the animals of our community, and we can do that by letting our legislators know we support the enactment of an animal abuser registry.

Illinois HB 4188

Massachusetts S 1914

MichiganSB 377

PennsylvaniaSB 320

West Virginia S 92

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