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Animal CSI: DNA Evidence Helps Convict Two Cat Abusers

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Latest News from the Frontlines of Animal Welfare
April 1, 2011

Fighting Cruelty in NYC 1. DNA Evidence Leads to Two NYC Cruelty Convictions
In a groundbreaking victory for animals, DNA evidence helped the ASPCA win justice in two animal cruelty cases last month. For the first time ever in New York City, juries in two separate animal cruelty trials heard DNA evidence—and as a result, two men who tortured cats now face time behind bars. Read More...
 
Your Local Shelter Could Win 2. Ninety-Five Shelters Vie to Participate in the 2011 $100K Challenge
We are pleased as punch that 95 animal shelters—from Hawaii to the U.S. Virgin Islands—have been accepted to compete in this year’s qualifying heat. Now, it’s your turn to vote!
 
Go Orange! 3. Happy April—It’s Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month!
April is not only Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month across the nation, it also marks the 145th anniversary of the ASPCA’s founding.
 
The Rescued Cat 4. ASPCA Happy Tails: The Friendly Ghost
A teeny white kitten named Casper overcame a history of neglect and abuse to find a loving home with a sweet Southern lady.
 
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