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Puppies Are Not Toys — PSA Spot by ASPCA

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has launched a new public awareness campaign in an effort to get people to stop buying dogs from pet stores.

The ASPCA ads make it clear that puppy mills are horrible places for dogs, where pet shops often overstock the most popular breeds and keep them in an environment as uncaring as the warehouses that store their stuffed counterparts. These puppies suffer a similar fate to unsold toys, when they don’t find owners.

Puppies are not toys. And you should never, ever shop at a pet store that sells puppies. You see, most pet store puppies come from puppy mills—you know, those large scale breeding operations where dogs live in horrible conditions and never receive love. Well, every time you buy anything from a pet store that sells puppies, you're actually supporting this very cruel industry. Visit to pledge your support.

Our canine friends have the support of cats too.
Below, Cats across America are mad as hell. Why are they so angry? Just like us, cats are tired of the way their canine pals (yes, cats and dogs do get along!) are being treated in puppy mills.

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