Consider this a win for animals all over the country.
For every abused puppy, abandoned kitten, or medically tested bunny, this is a win. No question.
A new law is growing in popularity across the country, and it's something everyone can agree on.
A number of United States jurisdictions have implemented an animal offenders registry, which will publicly reveal the names of known animal abusers in the area, similar to how sex offenders are registered.
Currently, Tennessee is the only state to have an animal offenders registry, but other cities like New York and Cook County, Illinois have them at a local level.
So how long will they be on the list? And what information will be in the registry?