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Urge your representatives to vote YES on SB 1154.
Great news! The state legislature is considering a lifesaving bill that will prohibit pet stores from selling dogs, cats and rabbits ― unless they come from shelters or rescue groups.If enacted, Senate Bill 1154 will help put an end to the suffering of countless animals in substandard breeding facilities, and will help reduce killing in our shelters. Americans have made it clear that they do not support puppy mills. That’s why more than 265 cities and counties throughout the U.S. (including Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, as well as the entire states of California and Maryland) have already passed laws to ban the retail sale of puppies from inhumane breeding mills. And now Pennsylvania is poised to do the same.Please take action today by urging your representatives to vote YES on SB 1154. Thank you for speaking up for animals. Together, we can Save Them All.
YES on SB 1154 to protect pets and consumers
Dear [Decision Maker],
As a proud resident of Pennsylvania, I respectfully urge you to support Senate Bill 1154, which, if enacted, would restrict the retail sale of inhumanely bred dogs, cats and rabbits, many of whom end up in our overcrowded, taxpayer-subsidized shelters.
PRIMARY BEST FRIENDS SITES: bestfriends.org | Best Friends—New York | Best Friends—Los Angeles | Best Friends—Utah
NO-KILL PROGRAMS: NKLA No-Kill Los Angeles | NKUT No-Kill Utah
OTHER BEST FRIENDS SITES: Best Friends Store | Fix at Four | National Conference | Network Partners | Strut Your Mutt