The state of Mississippi proves their stance as a friend to cats and dogs thanks to new legislation designed to hit animal abusers with even stiffer punishments. Recently signed into law by Gov. Tate Reeves, Senate Bill 2658 serves to expand the charges available for animal cruelty cases against domesticated cats and dogs. Written by Sen. Angela Burks Hill, the bill updates prior legislation passed in 2011. Mississippi offers justice to innocent cats and dogs. Felony Charges for the Cruel … Read more
The post Mississippi Law Offers Justice For Abused Cats & Dogs appeared first on iHeartDogs.com.