Pet Facility Law Supporters:


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A stack of cat crates at a breeding facility.Letter of Support:

       Cats International is a non-profit educational organization that is dedicated to helping cat owners better understand their cat's behavior and how to humanely modify the behavior when necessary. It is estimated that 50-70% of the animals in shelters and pounds are there due to behavior problems that owners couldn't or wouldn't resolve. We have an informative website (http://www.catsinternational.org/) as well as a free cat behavior hotline (262-375-8852).

       We receive approximately 5.000 calls every year. Over the 15 years that we have provided this service, we have received a number of calls from concerned citizens describing inhumane conditions in which cats were housed in a particular pet facility. Unfortunately, there is little or nothing that can be done to help these animals as there is no protective legislation which requires minimum standards of care in our state. The Pet Facilities Law (AB 536) would provide a basis for corrective action to be taken in cases where dogs, cats, and other companion animals are not being properly cared for in pet facilities. Humane legislation needs the unselfish support of everyone who cares about animals.

 

 dog/cat bullet   Our Supporters   dog/cat bullet

 dog/cat bullet   Animal Welfare Organizations, Humane Societies and Shelters    dog/cat bullet   
 dog/cat bullet   Why Support the PFL: Talking Points   dog/cat bullet     Why Support The PFL: A Rescuer Speaks   dog/cat bullet
 dog/cat bullet   WI Certified Humane Officers   dog/cat bullet    The Wisconsin Veterinary Association   dog/cat bullet
 dog/cat bullet   Cats International   dog/cat bullet    Fine Feathered Friends Sanctuary, Inc.    dog/cat bullet
 dog/cat bullet   M.A.C.A.W.   dog/cat bullet     Avian Welfare Coalition   dog/cat bullet

 


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