"Logan, A sweet 11 year old Husky, who in March 2012 suffered a terrible burn when an unknown person came into his yard, unprovoked, and threw an acid based chemical in his face while Logan was in his kennel. After many weeks, countless prayers, and lots of love, Logan's wounds steadily healed but the scars remained. It became the mission of Logan's family to get an animal abuse registry law passed in the State of Michigan. This Law would make a registry of those convicted of animal abuse, and require all animal shelters to refuse sale or adoption of an animal to anyone on this list. This new Law would me named "Logan" after the dog. On July 9th, 2012 Logan lost his fight to the treatment and side effects of the attack. Logan is gone, but the fight continues."
Legislation that would help put an end to animal abuse is getting closer to reality.
Logan’s Law is a package of bills that would create an animal abuse registry and require all animal shelters to check that list before selling or adopting an animal.
It passed through the House Judiciary Committee yesterday and now heads to the Michigan Senate. Supporters of the bill are hoping that it passes the Senate quickly, and heads to the governor’s desk for his signature by summer.