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Archive of posts published in the tag: Amy Paulin

Pens Before Pets: Amy Paulin Seeks Revenge

Amy Paulin is willing to sacrifice tens of thousands of animals every year to get it.

Where Do We Go From Here?

Amy Paulin amends the “Quick Kill” bill to remove “psychological pain” provision, but the fight for the safety of New York animals is far from over.

Q&A With Amy Paulin: A Primer for NY Advocates

Now is your chance to take your concerns directly to these champions of shelter killing and to educate the editorial board about how dangerous and deadly their legislation is.

Ed Sayres & His Proxies

Amy Paulin, Nancy Perry, & The ASPCA’s Effort to Turn Back the Clock on Animal Protection in NYS by 40 Years.

A Most Dangerous Precedent

If the ASPCA and Assembly Member Amy Paulin get their way, feral cats can be exterminated immediately on intake in New York State shelters.

Gone in 60 Seconds

An ASPCA sponsored quick kill bill in NYS eliminates the holding period for scared cats, feral cats, shy dogs, and traumatized animals by granting shelters the legal authority to kill animals for being in “psychological pain” immediately on intake. They could be killed within a minute of arrival. With this bill, the ASPCA is trying to not only stop rescue access, but to erode what few protections animals in shelters already have.