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CVMA Policy on Animal Crush Videos

The CVMA is opposed to animal crush videos. The term “animal crush video” means any visual depiction, including any photograph, motion-picture film, video recording, or electronic image, which depicts actual conduct in which a living animal is tortured, maimed, or mutilated, that includes but is not limited to animals being intentionally crushed, burned, drowned, or impaled, that violates any criminal prohibition of intentional cruelty under Federal or State law in which the depiction is sold or distributed, unless it is for legitimate animal welfare educational purposes.

(January 2011)

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