Surety Bond for Confiscated Animals in Colorado
Under current law the owner of a confiscated animal must post a surety bond for the costs of the care of the animal for 30 days. SB 9 will repeal the law requiring the owner to post a surety bond to prevent its disposition by an impound agency. Animals may be confiscated for the owner’s neglect, abuse, cruelty or because the owner illegal possession of a dangerous dog.
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