Animal Abuse Registry To Be Set Up In Onondaga County


Officials in Syracuse have announced plans to create a local animal abuser registry.Onondaga County would join other counties that list people convicted of animal abuse.

 The existing registries are designed to keep people from selling or giving away animals to known abusers.

The new registry is similar to the sex offender  registry in New York State and would make the names of convicted animal abuser public to make it harder for them to adopt or buy any animals.

The proposal now heads to the Onondaga County Legislature for approval.


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