Legislation that would sharply increase penalties for animal cruelty and create a statewide registry of offenders has the support of 75 Massachusetts lawmakers. Other provisions include an anonymous hotline to report animal abuse and a fine of $2,000 for hit-and-run of a cat or dog. Under the law, veterinarians would be required to report suspected cases of animal cruelty.
Support growing for animal abuse bill in Mass.
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