July 18, 2016
Publication: Des Moines Register
Summary: KINGSLEY, Ia. —The Massachusetts-based animal rights group Companion Animal Protection Society, which has been pushing the government to act for years, said it’s past time Felts is held responsible for the conditions at his kennels.
“We’ve been investigating various pet shops in New York City and his name kept coming up,” said Deborah Howard, president of CAPS. She said Felts sells his animals through a Nebraska pet broker or directly to pet shops across the country. “We’ve been investigating him for years and it is one of the many horrible puppy mills in Iowa,” she said.