The state of Michigan is taking a second look at Logan’s Law, which if approved could prevent animal abusers from adopting pets from state-run shelters. Supporters of Logan’s Law are pushing for approval because it would require animal shelters to run a criminal background check on potential adopters to see if they have a history of abusing animals. If a person abused animals in the past the shelter would reserve the right to refuse to let the person adopt an animal from them, according to the law’s Facebook page. The law was inspired by a Siberian husky named Logan who was attacked in his own backyard with acid that eventually led to his death. The attacker was an anonymous intruder who was never identified. Click here for the rest of the article.