Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Virtual Worlds With Animals

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Los Angeles City Council approved a new city ordinance on Wednesday, October 31, 2012, that will ban the sale of mill animals in any pet store in Los Angeles. The ordinance includes dogs, cats and rabbits and institutes a 3-year ban, which, if violated, can incur a misdemeanor count and fines ranging from $250 to $1,000, depending on how many times the offense has been committed. Any dogs, cats or rabbits sold at a pet store must be obtained from shelters or rescues when the ban goes into effect. This ban, which takes effect six months from the effective date (not yet released) will put a huge dent in the demand for puppy mill dogs and help decrease the growing number of shelter animals in Los Angeles. In 2011, approximately 500,000 animals were euthanized in Los Angeles County at taxpayer's expense totalling an estimate of $50,000,000.
Virtual Worlds With Animals
Virtual Worlds With Animals
Virtual Worlds With Animals
Virtual Worlds With Animals
Virtual Worlds With Animals
Virtual Worlds With Animals
Virtual Worlds With Animals
Virtual Worlds With Animals
Virtual Worlds With Animals
Virtual Worlds With Animals
Virtual Worlds With Animals
Virtual Worlds With Animals

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