Posted Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Ohio lawmakers will soon consider a law making it a felony to knowingly injure or kill a pet or deprive it of food, water or shelter. Earlier this year, the legislature made it a felony for kennel owners and workers to mistreat animals. Wednesday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas, we'll discuss the legislature's move to protect pets and we'll learn about a number of Northeast Ohioans committed to rescuing and caring for mistreated or abandoned pets. Join host Mike McIntyre.
J. Jeffrey Holland, attorney, Holland & Muirden, Medina/Fairlawn
Sharon Harvey, president & CEO, Animal Protective League
Nadine Bechtel, director, Animal Rescue Center, Eastlake
Jen D’Aurelio, executive director, Paws & Prayers, Akron
Debbie Rader, director, Parrot Hope, Mantua
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