New York State Puppy Mill Bill must be added to Senate Agenda
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New York State Puppy Mill Bill must be added to Senate Agenda

From: Animal Defenders of Westchester (ADOW)
March 28, 2022 

The NYS Puppy Mill Bill has not even been put on the Senate floor for a vote yet. Please make the important contact below. Thank you!

From League of Humane Voters of NY:

Dear NY Animal Advocates,

Please reach out to Senator Michelle Hinchey, Chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee and ask her to include the Pet Shop Bill, S.1130, on her next committee agenda.

The Pet Shop Bill would ban the sale of dogs, cats, and rabbits in pet stores throughout the state. This would essentially allow for rescue groups and humane societies to showcase animals up for adoption. A large volume of animals who are sold in pet stores come from breeding mills!

It is similar to factory farming. They breed large numbers of animals for profit. Not taking into consideration the health and welfare of the parents nor the offspring. These breeders care only about one thing: Maximum output outweighs overhead cost thus, maximum profit!

Please leave a polite message on Senator Hinchey's social media platforms below. If you are a constituent, even more so. She is in Senate District 46, Kingston, NY. The more they hear from people, the more they will react!


Twitter: Senator Michelle Hinchey (@SenatorHinchey)
Albany phone: (518) 455-2350

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