New Mass. Law Sets Up Fund For Shelter Animals

August 4, 2012 12:00 AM
New Mass. Law Sets Up Fund For Shelter Animals
" BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts taxpayers will be able to lend a hand to homeless animals under a new state law.

The bill signed recently by Gov. Deval Patrick creates a new state fund to pay for vaccinations, spaying and neutering of dogs and cats in animal shelters.

The fund will be supported by voluntary check-off donations made by Massachusetts residents on their state income tax returns "

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