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Mississippi
Anti-Cruelty Statutes

MISSISSIPPI CODE 1972
TITLE 97. CRIMES
CHAPTER 41. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS

§ 97-41-1. Living creatures not to be cruelly treated

If any person shall override, overdrive, overload, torture, torment, unjustifiably injure, deprive of necessary sustenance, food, or drink; or cruelly beat or needlessly mutilate; or cause or procure to be overridden, overdriven, overloaded, tortured, unjustifiably injured, tormented, or deprived of necessary sustenance, food or drink; or to be cruelly beaten or needlessly mutilated or killed, any living creature, every such offender shall, for every offense, be guilty of a misdemeanor.


§ 97-41-5. Carrying creature in a cruel manner

If any person shall carry, or cause to be carried by hand or in or upon any vehicle or other conveyance, any creature in a cruel or inhuman manner, he shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.


§ 97-41-7. Confining creatures without food or water

If any person shall confine, or cause to be confined, in any stable, lot, or other place, any living creature, without supplying the same during such confinement with a sufficient quantity of good and wholesome food and water, he shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

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