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Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_19A > GS_19A-60

ARTICLE5.

Spay/Neuter Program.

§ 19A‑60.  Legislativefindings.

The General Assembly findsthat the uncontrolled breeding of cats and dogs in the State has led tounacceptable numbers of unwanted dogs, puppies and cats and kittens. Theseunwanted animals become strays and constitute a public nuisance and a publichealth hazard. The animals themselves suffer privation and death, areimpounded, and most are destroyed at great expense to local governments. It isthe intention of the General Assembly to provide a voluntary means of funding aspay/neuter program to provide financial assistance to local governmentsoffering low‑income persons reduced‑cost spay/neuter services fortheir dogs and cats and to provide a statewide education program on thebenefits of spaying and neutering pets. (2000‑163, s. 1.)

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_19A > GS_19A-60

ARTICLE5.

Spay/Neuter Program.

§ 19A‑60.  Legislativefindings.

The General Assembly findsthat the uncontrolled breeding of cats and dogs in the State has led tounacceptable numbers of unwanted dogs, puppies and cats and kittens. Theseunwanted animals become strays and constitute a public nuisance and a publichealth hazard. The animals themselves suffer privation and death, areimpounded, and most are destroyed at great expense to local governments. It isthe intention of the General Assembly to provide a voluntary means of funding aspay/neuter program to provide financial assistance to local governmentsoffering low‑income persons reduced‑cost spay/neuter services fortheir dogs and cats and to provide a statewide education program on thebenefits of spaying and neutering pets. (2000‑163, s. 1.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_19A > GS_19A-60

ARTICLE5.

Spay/Neuter Program.

§ 19A‑60.  Legislativefindings.

The General Assembly findsthat the uncontrolled breeding of cats and dogs in the State has led tounacceptable numbers of unwanted dogs, puppies and cats and kittens. Theseunwanted animals become strays and constitute a public nuisance and a publichealth hazard. The animals themselves suffer privation and death, areimpounded, and most are destroyed at great expense to local governments. It isthe intention of the General Assembly to provide a voluntary means of funding aspay/neuter program to provide financial assistance to local governmentsoffering low‑income persons reduced‑cost spay/neuter services fortheir dogs and cats and to provide a statewide education program on thebenefits of spaying and neutering pets. (2000‑163, s. 1.)

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