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Soccer Mom & Friends Shut Down 2 More Pet Shops

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Actor Chris DeRose talking about the two pet store closures

"The new face of activism, soccer moms in Malibu and fundraisers in Beverly Hills!" Those are the words of Kim Sill, who we spoke to back in August. Sill is a dedicated pet activist who wants see pet stores stop selling pups from puppy mills and rather see people adopt from a shelter or buy straight from a legitimate breeder. Earlier this year, she and other like minded activists consistently protested Posh Puppy in Beverly Hills and Tarzana. It worked--both storefronts shut down.

This week, her group, Last Chance for Animals, says their protesting efforts have shut down two more pet stores: Millionaire Mutts in Malibu and Puppies and Babies on 3rd near La Cienega. At this rate, they are shutting down two stores every six months. Who's next?