Ask Senate to Support S 5363 CAARA
Dear Members and Friends in New York State:
CAARA, the Companion Animal Access and Rescue Act, is an important piece of life- saving legislation written to both improve the standards of care for shelter animals and provide needed access to shelters for qualified animal rescue organizations so they can save the lives of homeless shelter pets.
This month, the New York State Senate will address unfinished business from the 2011 legislative session, which officially ended June 30.
The bill was introduced by Assemblyman Micah Kellner, sponsored in the Senate by Senator Robach and co-sponsored by Senators Avella, Ball, Lanza and O’Mara.
Because of the critical importance of this legislation, Best Friends asks you to please write to your state senators and ask them to vote for CAARA in July. Click here to send a letter to your senators.
Thank you for caring and for everything you do to help animals. Together we can bring about a time of No More Homeless Pets.
Jamie Lyn Rubin, Best Friends Animal Society New York Programs
P.S. – Please forward this e-mail to your animal-loving friends and family members, so they can help pets in New York, too.
If you have a question or concern about animal welfare please email Community Animal Assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org