The Kansas Legislature made several changes to laws pertaining to cruelty to animals. New legislation now allows those with repeated city convictions to be charged with a felony.
The Kansas Legislature made several changes to laws pertaining to cruelty to animals. New legislation now allows those with repeated city convictions to be charged with a felony. File photo along@kcstar.com
The Kansas Legislature made several changes to laws pertaining to cruelty to animals. New legislation now allows those with repeated city convictions to be charged with a felony. File photo along@kcstar.com

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