|Farrior v. Payton||
|Faulkner v. Watt||
|Federation of Japan Salmon Fisheries Cooperative Association v. Baldridge||
|Feger v. Warwick Animal Shelter||
In this New York case, a cat owner brought suit against an animal shelter and its employee for their alleged misconduct in knowingly placing a champion cat stolen from her home for adoption by unidentified family. In ruling that the lower court properly denied the plaintiff's cross motion for summary judgment, the appellate court found that there are questions of fact,
, as to whether “Lucy” is “Kisses." However, the Shelter defendants are correct that the plaintiff may not recover damages for the emotional harm she allegedly suffered from the loss of her cat.
|Feld Entertainment, Inc. v. A.S.P.C.A.||
|Felgemacher v. Rugg||
|Feral Cat Legal Issues|
|Fiori v. Conway Org.||
|Fitch v. Eiseman||
The trial court approved a divorcing couple’s agreement for dogs to be with their children (and so travel to the husband's and wife’s houses as part of a shared custody agreement of their children). The wife did not abide by the agreement, so the Supreme Court remanded back to the trial court to determine sole ownership of the dog.