Ederik Schneider Online

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Reason: Nanny of The Month: LA to Pet Stores: You Can't Sell Animals Unless They're Rescued

Reason: Nanny of The Month: LA to Pet Stores: You Can't Sell Animals Unless They're Rescued

You would think with double digit unemployment, that Los Angeles would be looking to increase business and unemployment. Rather than restricting how pet stores make money. I believe this is an example of why California and perhaps Los Angeles as well, being the largest city and metropolitan are in the state, is behind the national average when it comes to job creation and business creation. Because they say no to new business's. because they don't exactly like what they do, or how they run business's. Its so-called pet farms that should be shut down. Places that abuses animals and potential pets and are essentially animal concentration camps. But telling pet stores that they can't sell animals, animals that would otherwise end up at the pound, or going to some concentration camp, or being put to sleep, is not the way to go. When you have regulations like this you might as well put a sign up in your city that say, "close for business! We don't want you business and jobs here. We rather be on welfare instead!"