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originally posted by: howtonhawky
a reply to: All Seeing Eye
Fear and loathing...
It would seem that such sources would not be necessary unless we are dealing with someone with no business skills.
It is not necessarily illegal to procure such from certain animals.
Cruelty to animals in the second degree -- Exemptions -- Offense involving equines.(1)A person is guilty of cruelty to
animals in the second degree when except as authorized by law he intentionally or wantonly: (a)Subjects any animal
to or causes cruel or injurious mistreatment through abandonment, participates other than as provided in KRS525.125
in causing it to fight for pleasure or profit (including, but not limited to being a spectator or vendo at an event where
a four (4) legged animal is caused to fight for pleasure or profit), mutilation, beating, torturing any animal other than
a dog or cat, tormenting, failing to provide adequate food,drink, space, or health care, or by any other means;
(b)Subjects any animal in his custody to cruel neglect; or
(c)Kills any animal other than a domestic animal killed by poisoning.
This paragraph shall not apply to intentional poisoning of a dog or cat.Intentional poisoning of a dog or cat shall
constitute a violation of this section.
MONROE COUNTY, Ky. (WBKO / LEX 18) — A Bowling Green TV station is reporting that another animal has been found dead under unusual circumstances in Monroe County. WBKO reports here that a calf was found dead Saturday in the same general area where a number of other animals have been found killed. However, it is unclear if any of the deaths are connected. LEX 18 reported earlier that three horses, a pit bull and a husky were found dead recently in the Bill Butler Spur area of Tompkinsville. At first, authorities believed the animals might have been killed by a wild animal. However, fish and wildlife officials later said that didn’t appear to be the case. The incidents remain under investigation. David Nichols