by Belinda Cai
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SPCA Cincinnati Humane Agents can seize pets left outside in extreme weather conditions
been a heightened concern over pet neglect as the weather has reached below-freezing temperatures in the past few days. The extreme weather poses health
risks to animals, from slipping and falling to hypothermia.
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) of Cincinnati, household pets must be brought
inside to be sheltered from the cold.
a shelter that protects the pet from cold and snow must be provided, as stated
by the Ohio Revised Code Section 959.131 Paragraph (c) Point 2. An SPCA
Cincinnati Humane Agent may “seize” a companion animal if an owner fails to
provide this shelter (something determined by a qualified Humane Agent).
penalty for conviction of an Animal Cruelty violation, a First Degree
Misdemeanor, is 180 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.
encourages people to review this
for “Cold Weather Pet Safety” and to call 513-541-6100 if they witness a pet
by Hannah McCartney
Kasich receives presidential bid endorsement, a bionic duck, 105.75 hot dogs
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Women in Egypt are at a staggeringly high risk to become
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harassed or sexually assaulted during Wednesday night’s mob celebration
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0 Comments · Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Pit bulls can legally put their paws on
Cincinnati ground for the first time in nine years. After a long,
arduous battle for dog lovers and Cincinnati animal welfare advocates,
Cincinnati City Council on May 16 voted 8-1 to officially repeal the
breed-specific language in Cincinnati’s vicious dog ordinance, which
previously made ownership of pit bulls within city limits illegal.