Word on the Street: Animal-abuse registry

The registry operates like a sex-offender registry. The names of people who are convicted of hurting animals will appear in the registry.

BROOKLYN - New York City's new animal-abuse registry is up and running online.

The registry operates like a sex-offender registry. The names of people who are convicted of hurting animals will appear in the registry.

Brooklyn residents weigh in on the topic.

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