Animal Abuse Registry for North Carolina
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With the amount of animal abusers there are in this country, we should be able to have a registry that alerts rescues, animal control, and anyone adopting or selling a dog to find out if the future owner has any record of abuse. Tennessee has put this law into action, now is the time for North Carolina to follow suit.
The Tennessee registry is monitored by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and can be accessed at the TBI or any local country office. Each abuser will have their name, date of birth, offense, conviction date, and expiration date.
First time animal abusers will be registered for two years. An additional 5 years will be added for every subsequent offense after the two years.
Lets get this rolling the same in North Carolina!
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