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NY: Law Passed Fighting Puppy Mill Pipeline

NY: Law Passed Fighting Puppy Mill Pipeline

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Another win for NY animals1 More at www.arroc.org

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In a win for animals, New York State has banned the sale of dogs, cats, and rabbits in pet stores starting in 2024. This is seen as a victory against abusive puppy mills. Every year, around one million adoptable dogs and cats are killed in US shelters. Buying animals from breeders contributes to this problem. Animal shelters rely on community support, so it's important to adopt instead of shop for pets. All animals deserve protection from cruelty. You can make a difference by choosing a cruelty-free lifestyle, going vegan, and boycotting animal breeding. Learn more at www.arroc.org. A win for the animals, the sale of dogs, cats, and rabbits is banned in New York State pet stores effective 2024. While we wish the ban took effect sooner, this is a clear victory for many animals. Senator Gianaris said Thursday, today is a great day for our four-legged friends and a big step forward in our fight against abusive and inhumane puppy mills. About one million adoptable dogs and cats are killed each year at adoption shelters in the U.S. according to ASPCA. Abducting animals from breeders perpetuates the deaths of many already available and healthy animals. Animal shelters are often non-profits relying on community support and volunteers. For those interested in a new companion animal, the solution is to adopt and not shop for any animals. All animals, regardless of species, need protection from exploitation and cruelty. On a personal level, there's something you can do to help. Please choose a cruelty-free lifestyle by going vegan and boycotting animal breeding. Learn more at www.arroc.org. Thanks for listening.

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