SANFORD, Fla. -- Sanford city leads have boycotted the retail sale of puppies and "cat-o-nine-tails" spawned at puppy mills or kitten factories .
City officials on Monday approved the brand-new ordinance to ban the sale of four-legged sidekicks spawned at particular facilities to be sold at neighbourhood collects, quoting cleanlines and overcrowding fears .
" People that are multiplying for no reason ... only unreasonable. They just think they will make money off these animals and then they end up they can't sell them, so they end up at sanctuaries or kill sanctuaries ," remarked Judy Sarullo, chairman of Pet Rescue by Judy in Sanford .
That is how some animals end up in Sarullo's care, she remarked .
" Chihuahuas and opposes are the number 1 animals that are being put to sleep because they just impede multiplying them ," Sarullo clarified .
But it's not just overbreeding Sanford commissioners were concerned with when they decided to pass the existing legislation .
Now store selling puppies or "cat-o-nine-tails" can only sell animals from sanctuaries, although breeders can still sell to individual purchasers in Sanford .
However, Sarullo is hopeful the prohibitions on collects selling puppies and kittens in bulk will propagandize hungry domesticated parents toward shelter babies .
" Hopefully parties will see the pets in need. Don't help people make money off of live animals, cure those who are already alive and need homes ," Sarullo remarked.
Other expanses like Lake County and the city of Casselberry have also enacted same outlaws against the retail sale of puppy mill or kitten factory animals in their areas .
Source : mynews13.com