Primary Citation: N.C.G.S.A. § 153A-442Country of Origin: United StatesLast Checked: November, 2022Date Adopted: 1973Historical:
This North Carolina statute authorizes counties within the state to establish, maintain, and appropriate available funding for animal shelters. The statute also describes the standards that animal shelters in the county should meet.
A county may establish, equip, operate, and maintain an animal shelter or may contribute to the support of an animal shelter, and for these purposes may appropriate funds not otherwise limited as to use by law. The animal shelters shall meet the same standards as animal shelters regulated by the Department of Agriculture pursuant to its authority under Chapter 19A of the General Statutes.
Added by Laws 1973, c. 822, § 1. Amended by S.L. 2004-199, § 39(a), eff. Aug. 17, 2004.