Oregon just became the seventh state to stand up against the abusive puppy-mill-to-pet-store pipeline. The governor of the coastal state just signed two critical bills into law: one which bans the sale of puppies and kittens in pet stores and another which bans cosmetics testing on animals.
Those of us who believe animals deserve rights and protections have been fighting for laws like these for years, and now, we’re winning. It’s time to keep the pressure up and urge all remaining U.S. states to follow suit! Please sign this petition if you believe these animals deserve rights and protection all across the country!
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