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Animal abuee registry

Postby Bigjohn69 » Feb 16th, 2018, 2:30 am

http://www.shared.com/animal-abusers-wi ... influencer


A number of United States jurisdictions have implemented an animal offenders registry, which will publicly reveal the names of known animal abusers in the area, similar to how sex offenders are registered.  


Is this something Canada should have ?
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Re: Animal abuee registry

Postby oneh2obabe » Feb 16th, 2018, 6:43 am

Damn straight there should be one. Anyone who abuses animals, children, elders or anyone else for that matter deserves to be known.
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Re: Animal abuee registry

Postby Bigjohn69 » Feb 19th, 2018, 12:56 pm

https://www.cowichanvalleycitizen.com/n ... -to-death/



A Duncan man has been sentenced to four months in jail for beating his 16-week-old puppy to death.

Robert Carolan is also banned from owning animals for a decade after it was found his puppy Dux had suffered severed blunt force trauma.
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Re: Animal abuee registry

Postby MalaPropina » Feb 20th, 2018, 2:41 pm

"Bans" on owning animals for X number of years is a joke. Those banned will acquire more because there's nothing stopping them. There has been many instances of that happening.

A registry, available to law enforcement, SPCA and veterinarians should be implemented. Rescues should be able to coordinate with the SPCA to find out if someone is on that registry.

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Re: Animal abuee registry

Postby fvkasm2x » Feb 20th, 2018, 2:58 pm

Should just shoot them and save everyone money.

People who abuse children and pets (the defenseless) are just basically evil people and have no business belonging to a civilized nation.

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Re: Animal abuee registry

Postby oneh2obabe » Feb 20th, 2018, 3:06 pm

Shooting is the easy way out ... they get the same treatment they dished out to the defenseless animal.

Blunt force trauma to his head and right rib and there were signs of pneumothorax, a trauma-induced condition that stops an animal’s lungs from fully inflating before sticking the asshat in the tub and going out for a cigarette, drink, or snack.
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Re: Animal abuee registry

Postby fvkasm2x » Feb 21st, 2018, 11:31 am

oneh2obabe wrote:Shooting is the easy way out ... they get the same treatment they dished out to the defenseless animal.

Blunt force trauma to his head and right rib and there were signs of pneumothorax, a trauma-induced condition that stops an animal’s lungs from fully inflating before sticking the asshat in the tub and going out for a cigarette, drink, or snack.


Sounds good. Anything more severe than the current slaps on the wrists these monsters get, I can get on board with.

The animal cruelty punishments in Canada are a joke
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