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Furry Babies Fights to Protect Animal Welfare


SPRINGFIELD, Ill., May 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Furry Babies, a majority female owned and operated pet store is urging the Illinois Assembly to vote against HB 1711 and work to pursue legislation that improves the lives of dogs across the state.

"If we are truly interested in the welfare of our family pets and not in advancing the extreme agenda of special interest activist groups, implementing breeder standards ensures the highest quality care for dogs and puppies entering our communities," said Ana Soskic, owner of Furry Babies pet stores.

HB 1711 jeopardizes animal welfare in a few key ways:

Further, Furry Babies commissioned a poll by Adam Geller of National Research Inc. Six hundred registered voters were surveyed between May 13 and 16th. The results have a plus or minus 4 percent margin of error. Key findings from the poll include:

The following diverse animal welfare organizations are opposed to HB 1711 as introduced: the Illinois Chamber of Commerce, Happiness is Pets, Furry Babies, Citizens for Responsible Pet Ownership, American Kennel Club,  Illinois Federation of Dog Clubs and Owners,  Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council and Protect the Harvest.

CONTACT: Anel Ruiz, ar@cullotonbauerluce.com 


 

SOURCE Furry Babies



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