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WeHo Expected to Pass Ban on Sale of Cats & Dogs

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As discussed two weeks ago here on LAist, the West Hollywood City Council tonight will vote again, likely passing an ordinance to ban the sale of cats and dogs within city limits. By law, ordinances must be voted upon twice at separate meetings. The ban seeks to eliminate the demand for puppy mill and kitten factory bred companion pets. For a deeper look into the ordinance, check out LAist's basic analysis of the ban here.

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