Video: Maine Lawmakers Consider Banning the Sale of Dogs and Cats from Pet Stores


Here’s a potential blockbuster from Maine: it may become the first state to ban the sale of dogs and cats from pet shops as a way to ensure that animals do not come from puppy mills. Animal advocates crowded a committee room in the state capitol last week to push the measure, which as you might imagine, is opposed by pet-shop owners. . . .

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One thought on “Video: Maine Lawmakers Consider Banning the Sale of Dogs and Cats from Pet Stores”

  1. we have come a long way as a people animals have come further and it is about time we push further for animal rights. With good laws animals would not be abused to the degree they are now people that are responsible for these crimes would be punished. Pet Stores have been selling animals forever and this practice will go on as long as animals are looked upon as products that people can do as they please with even throw them away that in itself is should be a crime. Perhaps it is time to punish people from enjoying the beauty of having animals and teach them a good lesson in Love! I am for stopping the sale of puppies I am in favor of Prohibition of the sale of Puppies!

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