Los Angeles, California City Council voted Tuesday in favor of banning stores from selling dogs, cats and rabbits that are not rescues. This will help put puppy mills out of business. It will also increase adoptions and advance LA's goal to be a no-kill city.
Councilman Paul Koretz's office is also working with nonprofits to offer mobile low-cost spay and neutering and to increase pet micro-chipping so that lost pets can be returned to owners.
This is encouraging news. They will set a good example for other cities to follow.
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