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Proposed New York Law Would Give Tax Credit to Those Who Adopt Pets

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A newly proposed New York law would give tax credits to people who adopt their pets from animal shelters.

Tax Credit

The proposed law would give a tax credit of $125 per dog or cat adopted from an area shelter.

The law is designed to promote adoption and rescue instead of buying from breeders. Animal Care & Control of New York City alone took in more than 30,000 homeless dogs and cats last year.

The proposed bill, which would be the first bill of its kind in the nation to give a tax credit for adopting a homeless animal, has garnered strong support from New York lawmakers as well as animal rights activist groups.

Would you support a similar tax law in your state? Weigh in with a comment below!

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Avatar Of Lisa Morgan

    Lisa Morgan

    says:

    I love the idea. I would definitely support it.

  2. Avatar Of Enid Goodman

    Enid Goodman

    says:

    A wonderful and well needed law to inspire people to adopt shelter pets. I hope it becomes reality around the country!! I fully support!!

  3. Avatar Of Natalie

    Natalie

    says:

    This is a great idea. Anything that encourages adoption is a positive sep. It should also apply to strays that a person takes in.

  4. Avatar Of Carol

    Carol

    says:

    What a great idea! Never heard of it before, but I hope the bill becomes law and I would fully support it in my state.

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