Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Dr. Pam Popper Resources – Proposed Law Addresses Animal Abuse
“It doesn’t go far enough but it’s a step in the right direction”- dr. pam popper
Bipartisan, a few have stated that they feel and state: “any level of cruelty to animals is not acceptable”
Dr Pam Popper: Proposed Law Addresses Animal Abuse
Dr. Pam Popper is an internationally known expert on diet, health and nutrition. She’s appeared in numerous documentaries including the critically acclaimed Forks Over Knives; has a weekly spot on the award-winning PBS show Jazzy Vegetarian; and is a New York Times bestselling author. Her most recent book is Food Over Medicine… read more
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Pam Popper works closely with Del Sroufe is the co-owner and Executive Chef at Wellness Forum Health, loves his recipes.
He is the author of Forks Over Knives: The Cookbook, which appeared on the New York Times best seller list for 33 weeks; and Better Than Vegan.
Enacted August 24, 1966, Public Law 89-544 is what commonly is referred to as The Animal Welfare Act although that title is not mentioned within the law. It authorizes the Secretary of Agriculture to regulate transport, sale, and handling of dogs, cats, nonhuman primates, guinea pigs, hamsters, and rabbits intended to be used in research or “for other purposes.” It requires licensing and inspection of dog and cat dealers and humane handling at auction sales. The complete amended act can be found in United States Code, Title 7, Sections 2131-2156.