ISAR’s Revolutionary Model Mandatory Spay/Neuter Statute

i Jul 2nd
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
A. The Policy Component of the Companion Animal Overpopulation
I. The nature and scope of the problem
II. The case for spay/neuter
III. Spay/Neuter of companion animals must be made mandatory
B. The Legal Component of the Companion Animal Overpopulation Problem
IV. Analysis and critique of existing mandatory spay/neuter statutes
V. Text and annotation of ISAR’s model mandatory spay/neuter statute
VI. Constitutionality of mandatory spay/neuter statutes
VII. Corollaries to mandatory spay/neuter statutes
C. The Legislative Component of the Companion Animal Overpopulation Problem
VIII. California’s worse than useless “mandatory” spay/neuter statute
IX. Successfully promoting animal protection legislation
D. The Moral Component of the Companion Animal Overpopulation Problem
X. Morality and mandatory spay/neuter
Appendices
1. Chapters I, II and III bibliography
2. State and municipal spay/neuter statutes
3. Proposed California “mandatory” spay neuter statute
4. State cases raising constitutional questions regarding animal-related legislation
5. Fiscal Impact of Cat and Dog Intake & Euthanasia in California Shelters
6. Table of Contents: Get Political for Animals and Win the Laws They Need
For more information about ISAR’s Revolutionary Model Mandatory Spay/Neuter Statute, contact ISAR at contact@isaronline.org