Mass. lawmakers consider pet protections in domestic abuse cases

10/6/2011 | MetroWest Daily News (Framingham, Mass.)

The Massachusetts legislature is considering a bill to extend restraining orders to protect pets in domestic violence cases. "Survivors of abuse may be reluctant to leave because of a pet and we believe giving the courts explicit authority to protect pets is going to go a long way as another tool to prevent domestic violence," said state Sen. Katherine Clark.

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