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Chris Cato: Darn shame KY has most lax animal cruelty laws

Comments re article 67098 Letter Torture is Slippery Slope

By Chris Cato

It is a darn shame that Kentucky has some of the most lax laws concerning animal cruelty in the nation. The same goes for the laws concerning animal abuse and neglect.

The perpetrator/perpetrators responsible for this heinous crime need to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the present laws. We animal lovers need to colectively push Kentucky legislators towards passing laws that carry more appropriate sentences for such cruel and cowardly actions. - Chris Cato

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