A number of discussions have begun on the establishment of the animal abuse law in the state of Utah, USA, as the fact that the cat sage was killed in the hands of the characters.
The cat Sage, who lived in Clearfield, Utah, on March 9, was found under heavy torture. Sage was a pet cat that lived with his family.
Sage died of severe bone burn at the time of the discovery and was soon beaten. The Clearfield Police Department and David Animal Center continue to investigate the Sage case.
Two petitions have been raised to initiate a bill that prohibits animal cruelty as Sage has been informed of the death sentence. This petition now receives more than 40,000 signatures.
The contents of the petition are as follows. They make a list of names of animal abusers in Utah and ask them to raise their fines to the maximum for those who torture pets.
In this regard, David County Animal Care Center director Clint Zucker, referring to two online complaints, said the complexity of animal abuse has made it difficult to address criminal record issues and stringent fines.
"It is doubtful to make a list of animal abusers without minimal in-depth discussions," Zucker said, scraping the back of the young pointer-mixed nachos on the 31st of last month's playground.
Thus, it is unlikely that Utah will register animal abusers and pay felony fines, Sacker said.
Utah is ranked 47th out of the Animal Legal Defense Fund rankings.