U.S. Rep. Young Kim Drafts New Animal Welfare Legislation

The California congresswoman introduced legislation aimed to end food shortages at animal shelters across the country.


Republican Rep. Young Kim, along with three others, introduced a new bill designed to protect animals facing food shortages Download wildstar for free. The Bring Animals Relief and Kibble (BARK) Act would work to boost food supplies at animal shelters as the nation suffers from a supply chain crisis.

“Nearly 8 million animals are struggling from food shortages in shelters, while millions of pounds of useable pet supplies are wasted each year,” tweeted Kim lootboy herunterladen.

Kim says the BARK Act would work to reduce the millions of pounds of pet food wasted in landfills each year zoom for free. She claims this would be done by offering both businesses and people liability protections if they make donations of pet supplies and food to shelters and nonprofits musik downloaden itunes. 

In recent months, animal shelters across the country have reported overcrowding, concerns about running low on pet food and a drop-off in charitable donations during the pandemic telekom app e-mail. The BARK Act amends current legislation allowing animal shelters more opportunities to receive donations “in good faith. 

 “I’m glad to help lead this commonsense, bipartisan effort to reduce waste in landfills and support animal shelters in need,” Kim said download movies to disk.

The BARK Act is currently backed by 20 co-sponsors in the House. Numerous nonprofits and animal rights groups support the legislation as well Download song texts for free without registration. 

“This vital legislation will incentivize pet food donations to animal shelters and help reduce food waste,” the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals tweeted download r-link toolbox.

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