The need for 24 hour/daily trap checks. Trapped animals are commonly injured, and are exposed to the elements, the bitter cold, frostbite, dehydration, attacks and predation by others, and are unable to escape without added injury. No matter the targeted species, trapping is indiscriminate as well as the suffering. The longer one is in the trap, the greater the damage and the lesser the chance of
Montana Received D- Grade for Trapping Regulations
Montana has one of the worst grades in the nation for trapping reform while killing over 192,000 known REPORTED animals from 2011-2014 and trapping over 100 dogs per FWP reports.