Retail therapy

On banning pet sales from retail stores, prompted by Richmond’s consideration of legislation.

. . . because no one has yet figured out how to legislate common sense, irresponsible people will likely continue buying and adopting pets without thinking, ban or no ban. Puppy eyes are hard to resist, whether they’re staring at you in a store or an animal shelter. But maybe West Hollywood and Richmond are onto something – maybe acquiring a new member of the family should be a bit tougher than picking up a new pair of jeans at the Bay or an Orange Julius at the food court.

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