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In New York State there have been nearly 700 reported cases of animal abuse in just the last year alone. Animal advocates say countless more incidents go unreported.Across the country, every state has passed laws requiring sex offenders to register with police. Now there is a proposal for a registry for convicted animal abusers.It's the idea of a local assembly member hoping to help stop repeat animal abuse.In the long run proponents argue it will not only help protect animals but people, too. There's also a push by the Animal Legal Defense Fund for a national registry."The FBI has been tracking animal abusers, violent animal abusers, since the early 1970s because they have found most serial killers started by violently abusing and killing animals," ALDF's Joyce Tischler said.Learn more and sign the Animal Abuser Registry petition at