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Pet Protestors Take on Melrose's The Puppy Store

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Kim Sill and the volunteer protesters and so-called investigators of Last Chance for Animals have already shut down four alleged LA area puppy mill pet stores since May. So why stop there? Their next could-be victim is The Puppy Store on trendy Melrose Avenue.

Armed with signs in one hand and Chanel bags in another, the soccer moms protested with The Rad Girls and had a chance to chase uber supermodel Gisele Bündchen down the sidewalk, urging her not to buy a puppy. Their loud street mantra? "Adopt! Don't shop!"