Cats news: The Knesset banned Declawing
Since 2006 trying to Knesset members from across the political spectrum to be approved by the Knesset to ban cat declawing (except) for medical purposes. Yesterday (Monday) The Knesset plenum approved the bill to the second and third reading. Punishment by law: a year in jail for cats to do it in violation of regulations or a fine of 75 thousand shekels
The Knesset approved yesterday (Monday) second and third reading, and no opposition to a proposed ban on Israel for the first time cat declawing, not for medical purposes. Approved two weeks ago and Education Committee, led by committee chairman, MK Alex Miller, promote the plenary vote bill.
The proposal initiated animal’s Network Chairman MK Eitan Cabel (Labor), who submitted the proposal jointly with MK Yoel Hasson (Kadima), Dov Henin (Hadash) and Nitzan Horowitz (Meretz).
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