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U.S. Animal Protection Laws, 2016 Rankings

Wyoming ranks a dismal 48th in Animal Protection laws in the U.S. ahead of only Iowa and Kentucky. There are a couple of bills circulating through the Wyoming Senate and House that we are watching right now that may help to slightly strengthen the laws but overall, animals aren’t afforded much protection in this state.

To see the report on Wyoming’s laws visit:

To see the entire report for all states visit:

House Bill 0193: An act relating to animals; amending the crimes of cruelty to animals and aggravated cruelty to animals; amending penalties; providing for forfeiture of animals as specified; authorizing conditions a court may require as part of an order of protection in a domestic abuse case related to animal protection; repealing a provision; and providing for an effective date.

Senate Bill 0115: An act relating to crimes and offenses; expanding the felony of aggravated cruelty to animals; and providing for an effective date.

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