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Basic principles of our legal activism

Written by on July 14, 2014 in Our legal activism
Basic principles of our legal activism

  (July 14, 2014) In the future, this section will contain posts relating to our legal activism.  For now, as the site is being launched, we offer this statement of basic principles. As an organization, HeatKills.org has three basic missions: To raise awareness of the dangers of leaving dogs in hot cars To help raise […]

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Charlottesville, VA

Written by on July 13, 2014 in Law, Virginia
Charlottesville, VA

  Charlottesville, VA city code regarding Animal Cruelty General Sec. 4-15. Cruelty to animals generally (a) Any person who: (2) Deprives any animal of necessary food, drink, shelter; or (4) in any way furthers any act of cruelty to any animal; or (5) carries or cause to be carried in any vehicle… in a cruel, […]

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In Australia, leaving a dog in a hot car can leave owner in jail

Written by on June 25, 2014 in Law
In Australia, leaving a dog in a hot car can leave owner in jail

Our Australian friends don’t mess around when it comes to dog abuse. Leave yours in a hot car and your could go to jail for six months to two years.

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In Utah, leaving a dog in hot car may be felony

Written by on June 25, 2014 in In The News, Law
In Utah, leaving a dog in hot car may be felony

Any Utahan who leaves a dog in a hot car may end up facing felony prosecution. Let’s work together to take Utah’s example nationwide, and help save lots of dogs in the process.

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