California, Law Enforcement & At-Risk Pets Need You!

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The ability of emergency responders to effectively rescue California's animals from natural disasters or high-volume cruelty cases is directly linked to the resources available to shelter and care for the often large numbers of animals displaced during these situations.

HSVC Humane Officer A. Hoffman states: "This is a great step forward in furthering our ability to protect animals when they are at their most vulnerable. Whether it be an emergency or large cruelty case this law will provide us with the resources to help us successfully do our job, protecting animals".

Please click the following link to email your state assembly member in Sacramento and urge him or her to support A.B. 316 and A.B. 317.

http://cqrcengage.com/aspca/app/write-a-letter…


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