Pet Nappings

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Household pets, Children, and Battered spouses all have one thing in common - they are DEFENSELESS. If an abuser hits one, he or she will likely not hesitate to hit another. A high percentage of victims of domestic violence report incidents of animal abuse. In fact, abuse of a companion animal is a type of domestic violence. It can take many forms including forcing the victim to commit an act of violence upon their own beloved companion animal. Additionally, victims of domestic violence frequently remain in an abusive situation for fear of what will happen to their companion animals.

Talk to an animal lawyer to pursue protective orders that (1) restrain an abuser from further committing further acts of domestic violence; (2) excludes the abuser from the home; and/or prohibit harassment and stalking; (3) possibly obtain a protective order that specifically protects your pets.