California Pet Laws 1/1/19
Come January 1st, 2019 California's liberal sensibilities has seen to it that only rescued animals can be sold in pet stores which, more than likely - like most prohibitions, will lead to a mass exodus to bordering states like Nevada for their Cocker Spaniels, Schnauzers and Poodles because people don't want a pit-bull mixed breed forced on them that came about because black men and Latinos need to feel more like a man and think that a bigger dog equals a bigger dick and refuse to get their dog snipped because they see it as an extension of their penis.
Other than Liberal Fascism in controlling the thoughts and minds of the public, the goal of this has nothing to do with lowering the stray population on the streets but rather to let pet stores make more money "For Their Compassion" as they sell mixed breed pets at exuberant mark ups because pets from breeders, no matter how reputable, will be illegal.
This liberal agenda is designed to spread across the US and further the idea of doing away with races and creating a "Brown" race where no one knows their true ethnicity.
This, however, has been the plan set in place since Richard Kalergi founded the Pan-Europa Union (and likely has been the plan since before then), the precursor to the European Union. He wrote in 1925 that G-d's Chosen would lead the world's people towards a beige future.
—Richard Kalergi (You only think it's unrelated)
The Liberal Agenda
The bill and its supporters claim that it is designed to drive "Pet Mills" out of business when all these mills will be doing is going to neighbouring states and bringing with them revenues for the pure bred pet along with gas and other commodities because no one wants to own someone else mistake.
The High Priced Mutt
Where before a dog or cat could be gotten at a shelter for $50 and the cost of spaying or neutering, with corporate America getting involved we can expect a 500% markup, plus costs for chipping, spaying/neutering and whatever else they require be bought so that dog can walk out the door such as a collar and leash.
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:
SECTION 1. Section 31753 of the Food and Agricultural Code is amended to read:
31753. A rabbit, guinea pig, hamster, potbellied pig, bird, lizard, snake, turtle, or tortoise that is legally allowed as personal property and that is impounded in a public or private shelter shall be held for the same period of time, under the same requirements of care, and with the same opportunities for redemption and adoption by new owners or nonprofit, as defined in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, animal rescue or adoption organizations as provided for cats and dogs. The public or private shelter may enter into cooperative agreements with animal rescue or adoption organizations regarding rabbits that are equivalent to those cooperative agreements authorized in Section 31108 regarding dogs and Section 31752 regarding cats. Section 17006 shall also apply to these animals. In addition to any required spay or neuter deposit, the public or private shelter, at its discretion, may assess a fee, not to exceed the standard adoption fee, for animals adopted by new owners or released to nonprofit animal rescue or adoption organizations pursuant to this section.
SEC. 2. Section 122354.5 is added to the Health and Safety Code, to read:
122354.5. (a) A pet store operator shall not sell a live dog, cat, or rabbit in a pet store unless the dog, cat, or rabbit was obtained from a public animal control agency or shelter, society for the prevention of cruelty to animals shelter, humane society shelter, or rescue group that is in a cooperative agreement with at least one private or public shelter pursuant to Section 31108, 31752, or 31753 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
(b) All sales of dogs and cats authorized by this section shall be in compliance with paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 30503 of, subdivision (b) of Section 30520 of, paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 31751.3 of, and subdivision (b) of Section 31760 of, the Food and Agricultural Code.
(c) Each pet store shall maintain records sufficient to document the source of each dog, cat, or rabbit the pet store sells or provides space for, for at least one year. Additionally, each pet store shall post, in a conspicuous location on the cage or enclosure of each animal, a sign listing the name of the public animal control agency or shelter, society for the prevention of cruelty to animals shelter, humane society shelter, or nonprofit from which each dog, cat, or rabbit was obtained. Public animal control agencies or shelters may periodically require pet stores engaged in sales of dogs, cats, or rabbits to provide access to these records.
(d) A pet store operator who is subject to this section is exempt from the requirements set forth in Article 2 (commencing with Section 122125) of Chapter 5, except for the requirements set forth in Section 122135, paragraphs (3) and (4) of subdivision (a) of, and paragraphs (5) and (6) of subdivision (b) of, Section 122140, and Sections 122145 and 122155.
(e) A pet store operator who violates this section shall be subject to a civil penalty of five hundred dollars ($500). Each animal offered for sale in violation of this section shall constitute a separate violation.
(f) For purposes of this section, a “rescue group” is an organization that is tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and that does not obtain animals from breeders or brokers for compensation.
(g) This section does not prohibit a local governing body from adopting requirements that are more protective of animal welfare than those set forth in this section.
(h) This section shall become operative on January 1, 2019.
SEC. 3. Section 122357 of the Health and Safety Code is amended to read:122357. A pet store operator who violates any provision of this chapter that is not specified in subdivision (a) of Section 122356 and is not proscribed by Section 122354.5 is guilty of a misdemeanor.
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