[REGIONAL NEWS] California will become first state to ban retail sales of dogs and cats

California will become the first state to ban retail sales of dogs, cats, and rabbits unless they come from a rescue operation after a new state law goes into effect on Jan. 1.

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Outgoing California Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 485 back in October, which implements strict new rules on pet stores across the state. Retailers will be banned from selling live dogs, cats, or rabbits unless the animals were obtained from a public animal control agency or shelter. Pet stores are also allowed to partner with a humane society group, society for prevention of cruelty to animals shelter, or rescue group that works with at least one private or public shelter.

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