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Jessica Beaudry Nov 12
California joins Alaska and Illinois in empowering courts to consider the interests, well-being, or care of companion animals in divorces. Learn more in the newest Animal Law Update from . Animals are .
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JustGardening Nov 11
is right , please read this article and do better.
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ALDF Nov 7
Moco is , he's family! Moco isn't alone, most of us consider our companion animals to be part of the family. The law needs to catch up. Learn more, and join our campaign by following the steps at . 🐶
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Gigi K Nov 6
All states should recognize pets are our children . Most states see them as minimal value, this has to change. They need to be protected in every way. Please help.
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ALDF Nov 6
Head to our website to read our latest Animal Law Update about California's new "pet custody" law. Prior to the law, animals in divorce proceedings were treated no differently than inanimate objects like televisions, cars, and furniture.
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Stephen Wells Nov 7
The newest Animal Law Update from breaks down California's new "pet custody" law that differentiates companion animals from other types of property in divorce and separation proceedings.
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Animal People Nov 13
NEW STORY: Family, Not Property: How One Woman Is Using Her Dog’s Tragic Death to Raise Awareness About the Legal Status of Animals
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Jessica Beaudry Nov 5
Animals are not property! You can join ’s campaign by going to
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Sammarye Lewis Nov 6
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Kelly Levenda Nov 6
lack fundamental legal protections. They are !
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