An anti-puppy mill bill passed in the California State Senate Tuesday. 
it will ban all california pet shops from selling dogs, cats and rabbits from high-volume breeding facilities 
instead, pet shops will be required to get animals from local shelters. 
AB 485 Pet Rescue and Adoption Act passed with a 32-0 vote. It will ban all California pet shops from selling dogs, cats and rabbits from high-volume breeding facilities. Instead, pet shops will be required to get animals from local shelters and rescues. 
Puppy mill dogs are typically kept in overcrowded and unsanitary kennels, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
To maximize profits, female dogs are bred repeatedly with little time to recover between litters and are killed when they can no longer reproduce. Puppies often arrive at pet shops or in new homes with diseases ranging from parasites to pneumonia, the ASPCA said.
AB 485 was authored by Assembly …
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