California May Become First U.S. State To Ban Stores That Sell Commercially Bred Pets

California could become the first state in the nation to ban pet stores from selling commercially bred pets which includes dogs, cats and rabbits that come from out-of-state breeders according to THE SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE.

The California Assembly recently passed AB-485 (Assembly Bill 485) which would only allow pet stores to sell RESCUED pets.

The proposed Bill was co-sponsored by State Assemblyman Patrick O’Donnell (D-Long Beach).

Each year cities in California pick-up an estimated 800,000 unwanted dogs, cats and rabbits many of which are often euthanized.

The Bill still needs to make it through the California Senate before it reaches the Governor’s desk.

RELATED:

SUPPORT AB – 485: Help End Cruel Animal Breeding Mills
https://a70.asmdc.org/join-movement-and-help-end-cruel-animal-breeding-mills

THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES – PUPPY MILLS
http://www.humanesociety.org/issues/puppy_mills/

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