San Francisco Pet Stores Can Only Sell Rescue-Animals

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Legislation has recently been passed in San Fransisco to limit pet stores to only be permitted to sell rescue cats and dogs or those from an animal shelter. The legislation also ensures that animals that are less than eight weeks old cannot be sold in pet stores.

This move aims to prevent pet stores from selling animals from large scale and often inhumane breeding operations. It also supports the relocation of animals who are currently in need of a home.

The legislation sets a precedent that will hopefully be adopted across more cities, or even countries. This is a positive step towards addressing aspects of animal cruelty and helping to decrease the likelihood of precious cats and dogs being abandoned and left without a home.

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