I foresee the state legislature of NJ going to the dogs, and with appropriate justice.
They’re proposing seat belts for cats & dogs !!!!!!!
If there is any evidence that New Jersey should move in the direction of other states, and that is to meet every two years, the evidence is in the outrageous measure that came from the limited brainchild of Assemblywoman Grace Spencer, who said she got the idea from a fourth grade class at a charter school in Newark, NJ. I hope you are not driving when you read this, but a veterinarian said that a pooch broke its leg when the owner made a sudden stop. Before I explain what I think of these pinheads, let’s face the fact that there is no state that has the requirements that animals need to be restrained inside a car. Eight states have laws requiring that animals be restrained, when in the beds of pick-up trucks. I can honestly tell you that in the years my mom and dad drove our dog around town, he was never in the bed of a pick-up truck. I have a passionate love of animals, having done television promotions for animal rights. I would also be available with equal fervor doing television presentations expounding on the second rate, low level, disgusting behavior exhibited by 99 and 99/100th’s of our politicians in this country. In the decades people have had pets traveling with them in their cars, who in their right mind except a politician, would have ever exercised such animal cruelty as to have a dog or a cat restrained in a peaceful car.
Incidentally, the American public needs to understand the nature of corruption in our political system. With thousands of pet owners in the state of NJ confused regarding this lame brain measure, a pet store is now advertising pet harnesses.
I predict that very soon, one of higher level members of the NJ state legislature, who it will be revealed had major brain damage when his mother dropped him out of the window of a car, will introduce a further animal protection measure. A law will be introduced outlawing the transportation of goldfish in liquid containers placed in moving vehicles. The reason being, that the motion of water in a speeding car is so foreign to their natural water setting that they could experience sea sickness.