Officials, groups band together to fight animal cruelty

06/15/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Incidents of animal cruelty have taken an increasingly high-profile place in the priority list of humane groups, animal-care workers and law-enforcement officials, as a recent hunt for the person who set fire to a dog illustrates. One reason for the brighter spotlight? Mounting evidence that cruelty toward animals is linked to violence toward humans.

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