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Arrow Fund recues abused and neglected animals

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A pair of Kentucky lawmakers wish to require these accused of animal abuse to pay for boarding, vet payments and different maintenance of their animals whereas their courtroom circumstances are pending. 

Representatives Kim Banta (R-Ft. Mitchell) and Cherlynn Stevenson (D-Lexington) are sponsoring the invoice that may make it the homeowners accountability to pay for the animals value of care or give up the animals for adoption.


What You Need To Know

  • Kentucky lawmakers filed a invoice requiring these accused of animal abuse to pay the maintenance of their animals whereas their courtroom circumstances are pending
  • The Arrow Fund is a nonprofit group that rescues and rehabilitates animals who’re victims of utmost torture, abuse or neglect
  • The subsequent legislative session will start in January
  • Kentucky lawmakers filed the same invoice final yr however didn’t obtain a listening to within the legislature

Before image of a canine rescued by The Arrow Fund. (The Arrow Fund)

The Arrow Fund is a Kentucky based mostly nonprofit that rescues and rehabilitates animals who’re victims of utmost torture, abuse or neglect. Most lately, the group has taken in a bunch of neglected puppies.

“The mother was a stray out in a rural area and she got hit by a car and when they found her body they saw that she had puppies,” stated Cheryl Noggle with The Arrow Fund. “So it took them a couple days to find the puppies and once they did they called us.”