They need our
protection.

They need our
protection.


 

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.


Irvine bans retail sales of dogs, cats

Tuesday, 11 October 2011 20:00


Carole Sax, CAPS Los Angeles Volunteer Coordinator, spoke at the Irvine City Council Meeting.

Picture courtesy of Brenda Calvillo

Publication/Event date: 2011-10-11
 
Publication name: The Orange County Register
 
 
Summary:
IRVINE – The latest chapter in a fast-growing debate over animal welfare in puppy mills and other venues played out Tuesday night in Irvine, where elected officials backed government intervention to safeguard pets and animals used for entertainment.
 
On a 4-1 vote that drew a standing ovation, the City Council banned retail sales of dogs and cats, rodeos and circuses featuring exotic animals.
 

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CompanionAnimal Protection Society

Investigating Pet Shops and Puppy Mills since 1992

759 CJC Hwy., #332
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