Orphaned animals need TLC, not killing.
Rhode Island animals need your help. A new bill, H 7083, has been introduced to end convenience killing in shelters. H 7083 would make it illegal for shelters to kill animals if there are empty cages or kennels, if animals can share a cage or kennel with another animal, if a foster home is available, if a rescue group is willing to take the animal, or if an animal can be transferred to another shelter.
If you live in Rhode Island, please contact members of the House Committee on Health, Education and Welfare and urge a “Yes” vote.
In addition, contact your district legislators and ask them to cosponsor the bill.
If you live outside of Rhode Island, please share with those who do.
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