Petition: Pass Maryland’s Life-Saving Senate Bill 672 to Protect Animals

A proposed bill in Maryland would legitimately protect animals by giving courts the ability to prohibit lifetime ownership of animals they see fit and dramatically reduce neglect. One incident in particular served as the catalyst for this bill. A woman was found with 66 neglected dogs in horrific conditions. All 66 dogs suffered physical injuries and unfortunately three of them had to be euthanized. Animal abusers like this woman shouldn’t be allowed to own animals anymore.

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Senate Bill 672 would increase penalties for people who neglect or abuse animals and could save countless animals from death and suffering. Currently, the maximum sentence in Maryland is three months behind bars and a Fine of $1,000. The bill would increase that sentence to three years in prison and a $5,000 fine. Sign this petition to ask the Senate of Maryland to pass this incredible bill to protect animals.

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