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April is Prevention of Animal Cruelty Awareness Month

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Date(s) - 04/01/2017 - 04/30/2017
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April is Prevention of Animal Cruelty Awareness Month

WHEREAS, the kind and humane treatment of animals has a strong correlation to the kind and humane treatment of people, and

WHEREAS, animal cruelty is proven to directly parallel violent acts on people, and together with the Warwick Valley Humane Society We urge the vigorous enforcement of existing animal cruelty laws and want to make the public more aware of these laws in hopes of eliminating cruelty to all ANIMALS

And call upon all residents to treat any and all animals with kindness, consideration and respect, and to report the abuse, neglect and cruelty of all animals to law enforcement agencies COUNTY WIDE or to the Warwick Valley Humane Society or YOUR LOCAL ANIMAL CONTROL ENFORCEMENT OFFICE

Orange County Sheriff’s Office Animal Abuser Registry      SHERIFF   Carl E. DuBois
 
The Orange County Animal Abuser Registry was created in 2015 by an act of the Orange County Legislature know as Rocky’s Law.

Anyone convicted of animal cruelty,

who resides in Orange County,

is required to submit information to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office

http://www.orangecountygov.com/content/1162/1372/20537/default.aspx
The registry is not retroactive. Convictions prior to the establishment of the registry will not be listed.

Anyone selling, giving away or adopting an animal to another person must check the Orange County Animal Abuser Registry prior to any change in ownership. Giving, selling or adopting an animal to a person on the Orange County Animal Abuser Registry is a violation of county law.
 

 


http://www.aspca.org/about-us/faq/orange-aspcas-official-color:

Orange, The ASPCA’s Official Color officially shifted its color palette from blue to bright orange and gray. These new colors were launched in concert with our new campaign,

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Warwick Valley Humane Society
P.O. Box 61,
48 Public Works Drive
Warwick, NY 10990
 
Phone: (845) 986-2473
Fax: (845) 987-8995
 

Open Daily
12 pm - 4 pm

 

Report Cruelty:
(845) 987-7336

warwickhumane@yahoo.com
 
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