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  • Jeffrey Hurring
    Published in the Otago Daily Times 23 June 2009 http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10580313   The longest sentence for animal cruelty in New Zealand was imposed on a Dunedin man yesterday. Jeffrey Hurring, 19, a supermarket shelf-filler, was sentenced in the Dunedin District CourtRead …
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speak up

I believe there is a  need to ensure that anyone convicted of animal abuse or breaches of animal welfare legislation are not simply allowed to fade into the background, forever hidden in public.

I will publish the names of those convicted under the animal welfare act right here on this website where the information is freely available and searchable. Only those who have been proven guilty through a court of law will be named as this website is not about witch hunts or unfounded accusations.

There will always be people out there abusing animals everyday. If you are aware of an instance of animal cruelty I strongly urge you report it immediately. Ignoring it makes you as guilty as the abuser themselves. Please make a stand and take action today.

Animal cruelty must not be tolerated in

New Zealand.

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