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Time Running Out on Animal Welfare Law

Dear Editor,
Requiring pet breeders to give their animals 24/7 access to water is one of several humane, common sense improvements that would go into effect if the Legislature passes SB 392, a bill that updates the 1988 Kansas Pet Animal Act (KPAA). Other improvements to the law include requiring regular kennel inspections and increased fees to help pay for them, adding pet animal foster homes to help abandoned animals, banning the use of carbon monoxide to euthanize animals, and giving shelters/rescues a seat on the KPAA board.
This proposal enjoys widespread support within the industry, including from ...


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