ALDF Calling for An Animal Abuser Registry
FEBRUARY 22, 2010
Here's the email I got from ALDF. ALDF's proposed abuser registry legislation would require mandatory registration and community notification for convicted animal abusers. Today, California Senator Dean Florez has announced that he will be sponsoring abuser registry legislation this session-a bill that he's developed in close collaboration with ALDF experts. Tags: animal abuse ALDF
ALDF Provides Grant to Fund Investigation of Animal Abuse
SEPTEMBER 23, 2009
From the ALDF site: Dearborn, Mich.– ALDF offers grants for necropsies, DNA testing, and other forensic support nationwide to ensure that local law enforcement is able to collect the necessary evidence to establish guilt beyond a reasonable doubt in cases of criminal animal abuse. Tags: animal abuse ALDF The Animal Legal Defense Fund provided $3500.00 to investigate the abuse of over 100 dogs by an animal hoarder in Michigan.
Sign ALDF Petition to Help Kentucky's Homeless Animals
MAY 11, 2010
Sounds like it's hell for these animals in Kentucky shelters. The State used to provide oversight, but in 2004, they abrogated responsibility to the counties. According to the Animal Legal Defense Fund, things are not going well. Please sign the petition to help them.
Humane Society's National Conference Announced
MAY 21, 2010
It looks like they have some great workshops with people like Gene Bauer from Farm Sanctuary and Nicole Pollata from the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF.). I recently received this email announcement. The conference is to be held from July 23-26 in Washington, DC. Someday, I hope to attend one of these conferences.
National Justice for Animals Week
FEBRUARY 25, 2009
From the better late then never category, the ALDF is having a National Justice for Animals Week to raise awareness about animal abuse. Here is the full press release: During its first-ever National Justice for Animals Week, February 22 – 28, 2009, the national non-profit Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) is recognizing some of the top law enforcement professionals in the nation for getting real justice for animals who are victims of abuse.
Vile Practices at Tulare County, CA Animal Shelter
JUNE 1, 2009
From the ALDF blog. ALDF is asking that you send a letter to the USDA asking that Sargeant's Class B license-which allows him to round up dogs and cats from animal shelters, auctions, private individuals and other "random sources," and then sell them for experimentation-be revoked. I grew up in the San Joaquin Valley and am familiar with Tulare County. That's why this action alert from the Animal Legal Defense Fund strikes a cord with me. Arrested in June 2007, Michael J.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund Public Registries
4 The Love Of Animals
FEBRUARY 25, 2010
The Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) today announced an effort aimed at creating public registries in each state of anyone convicted of felony animal abuse. ALDF points to the following examples for why a registry is needed to help animal guardians, law enforcement and shelters protect their animals: Robert Rydzewski : In 2004, the then 29-year-old upstate New Yorker shot his neighbor’s dog in the face twice. I recently got an email from the Animal Legal Defense Fund.
Puerto Rico Plans Huge Primate Breeding Facility to Supply Researchers
JULY 12, 2009
From the ALDF action alert page. I'm behind on my email and only just read this action alert from the Animal Legal Defense Fund. Another crass attempt at primate slavery for money wrapped in "we put people first" robes." Less than one year ago, Puerto Rico enacted a landmark animal protection law, based in part on a set of model laws drafted by the Animal Legal Defense Fund. The sweeping set of reforms provided for in Act 154 (P S. 2552) place Puerto Rico among the top tier of U.S.