Nassau to announce animal abuser registry

The registry would have information on convicted animal abusers and prevent them from adopting any more animals from county shelters.

The registry would have information on convicted animal

The registry would have information on convicted animal abusers and prevent them from adopting any more animals from county shelters. (Credit: News 12)

WOODBURY - Convicted animal abusers will soon be banned from adopting or buying new pets in Nassau.   

Nassau County legislators are set to announce that they are working with the SPCA to form an animal abuse registry.

The registry would have information on convicted animal abusers and prevent them from adopting any more animals from county shelters.    

Nassau pet stores will also be forbidden from letting those abusers purchase any more animals. 

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