Agreed. I did my senior project on Animal Cruelty and it's possible to be banned and they'll keep your name in a system which is checked, but it's usually only for certain organizations so like a family selling a dog wouldn't be able to know. But Yes I agree it should be instant ban the first time.
Completely agree. And their names should all go on a website so that shelters and breeders and families can just do a quick search to make sure the prospective buyer isn't on there.
I saw on the facebook page of an animal shelter a few hours away from me that they are desperately trying to save a puppy, because some children threw her into a fire. If they're doing such horrible things now, imagine what they'd do when they're older. Their names should go on the website that should exist, and they should be banned from ever owning or going near another animal again.
In case you're wondering,
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