2017 Maryland Code
Title 10 - Crimes Against Public Health, Conduct, and Sensibilities
Subtitle 6 - Crimes Relating to Animals
§ 10-602. Legislative intent
- It is the intent of the General Assembly that each animal in the State be protected from intentional cruelty, including animals that are:
- (1) privately owned;
- (2) strays;
- (3) domesticated;
- (4) feral;
- (5) farm animals;
- (6) corporately or institutionally owned; or
- (7) used in privately, locally, State, or federally funded scientific or medical activities.
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