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CAPS is the only national non-profit organization dedicated exclusively to protecting companion animals from abuse in puppy mills and pet shops.


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The Problem:
Puppy mills overbreed,
leading to high rates
of euthanasia.

I Heart Puppies, Week 2

Tuesday, 16 August 2011 03:00

Picture courtesy of Carole Davis

Protesters Return to I Heart Puppies Shop

Publication/Event date: 2011-08-14
Publication name: Corona del Mar Today
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About 40 protesters have gathered near the I Heart Puppies Shop at 2801 East Coast Highway.
The group waved signs and chanted and at one point, leader Carole Davis held up a puppy she said was adopted earlier today — saving it from euthanasia.

Photos: Protesters Gather Again at 'I Heart Puppies' Store in Corona del Mar
Publication/Event date: 2011-08-15
Publication name: Corona del Mar Patch
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About 50 animal activists protested the store Sunday. A handful of the store's supporters were among the crowd.

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Investigating Pet Shops and Puppy Mills since 1992

759 CJC Hwy., #332
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