Wisconsin legislator seeks to stiffen animal-cruelty law

09/2/2010 | KQDS-TV (Duluth, Minn.)

A lawmaker in Wisconsin is drafting legislation that would elevate the penalty for animal mistreatment in the state from misdemeanor to felony. The move comes after a 10-year-old Great Pyrenees dog almost died from being shot with an arrow by a nearby property owner. The alleged offender is facing misdemeanor charges, which the lawmaker said is not enough.

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