We are often bombarded with fear-mongering and shocking headlines that make us feel that the world is falling apart.

However, while it’s important to report on problems and issues, I believe there is so much good in this world that it needs to be found and promoted just as widely.

Because of that, I started The Happy Broadcast. It's an anti-venom to the vitriolic rhetoric that pervades our media. Also, this year, I’ve illustrated even more happy news than in 2018.

We need more positive news to acknowledge that the world is actually getting better little by little.

More info: Instagram

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Rose the Cook
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2 years ago

Child marriage should not be tolerated anywhere.

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When I'm working on The Happy Broadcast, I try to pick news that has an international appeal and touches themes like animal rights, climate change and science. News that shows how much we’re progressing on many fronts despite being often bombarded with few-mongering headlines.

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Ania O
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2 years ago

This should have way more upvotes!

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Marc
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2 years ago

Yet big parts of the Rainforest are burning these days...

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I think there are many reasons why negative news is dominating the media. It's like a sudden disaster a, it's more compelling than, for example, little improvements. Bad things can happen quickly, but good things aren’t built in a day, and as they unfold, they're out of sync with the news cycle.

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Nea
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2 years ago

This must make many people happy due to one act. Lovely initiative.

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Raine Soo
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2 years ago

I had read about this in the news earlier this year. Good job, mate!

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Marc
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2 years ago

Thank you Norway!

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As humans, we have this thing called “negative bias” that make us respond quicker to bad or dangerous situations. Nowadays, this bias is getting in the way of our happiness and well-being, and even our productivity because most of the narrative surrounding us (print, online or mobile) is that the “world is ending".

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Foxxy
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2 years ago

Wow, that is a huge rise. Fantastic efforts.

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Marc
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2 years ago

It is getting more and more common in some countries and supermarkets. Loose fruits and vegetables and also non-perfect ones. It's a good trend!

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Foxxy
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More funding is needed for stem cell research. They have already discovered some incredible ways stem cells can help with paralysis and other movement disorders etc. Imagine what else they can discover.

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I think we should find a balance between negative and positive news. From politics to climate change and economy, negative and bad news surrounds us everywhere we go. A potential solution could be to limit the amount of bad news, basically slow down our personal news cycle, adding some positive news to our “news diet” to make sure that our outlook on the world is more optimistic. Also, it's very important to invest time to deal with misinformation and the reliability of news sources.

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Magpie
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2 years ago

Ducks will also be providing some fertilizer. Win Win

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Marc
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2 years ago

That is amazing! The Netherlands are an amazing example when it comes to society and community. We all can learn from them!

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Lucas
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2 years ago

Every country needs to do that - and stop whaling.

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Nea
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2 years ago

Steps like these show the power of the State in achieving large scale sustainable results if there is a will.

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Sonja
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2 years ago

Oh...thats sooo sweet, that should be everywhere..

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Marc
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2 years ago

That is especially important in the fight against so called puppy mills.

Daniel (ShadowDrakken)
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2 years ago

At this point anything purebred, at least in the US, is from a puppymill style operation (but don't ever accuse them of actually being puppymills, omg! *rolls eyes*). My mom quit doing dog shows because she was so sick of seeing it and couldn't find any responsible breeders.

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Foxxy
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2 years ago

This should be worldwide. Adopt don’t shop.

Ian Carter
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2 years ago

I cant upvote this enough. NEVER BUY only adopt!!

European other
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2 years ago

Pet store sales are getting increasingly criticized now

Anne-Marie Duplessis
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2 years ago

It's a future new law in Montréal too

Diane Joines
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2 years ago

I cheer for California!

John Greene
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2 years ago

My last dog was a rescue. She was the sweetest I’ve ever had

Ellen Turner
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2 years ago

I really want a black cat, they are often in shelters, and the y are so cute!!!!!!!!

Spikey Bunny
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2 years ago

Black cats are wonderful, just like other cats... they just have a nonsense bad reputation. I've had many black cats over my lifetime - all of them adopted/rescued, and all of them were/are lovely

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Jennie-Lind Normand
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2 years ago

Ottawa, Canada has made this a by-law as well recently

AQUINNAH POLOZOLA
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2 years ago

i would say down vote, but i dont want down votes. upvote if you hate passionately puppy mills

CincyReds
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2 years ago

I think this is amazing! And every state should do this!

Mooncut
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2 years ago

Animal shelters should be better funded if I'm honest

Christina Natividad
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2 years ago

But I think it's still nice to raise a dog since it was a puppy, or is that not so common?

Elizabeth
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2 years ago

I have a rescue from our local animal shelter who was just 2.5 months old when I got him. Adoption included microchipping and neutering. Added bonus: he was crate trained before I got him too. Another added bonus: they thoroughly vetted him before I got him and there was complete disclosure of all medical conditions that he had and may develop within 5 years. We've been together for a wonderful 13 years now and his only problem is arthritis

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Nancy Kosola
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2 years ago

Finally...NO to puppy mills and a big thumbs up to rescue organizations. I’m thrilled🐾🐾🐾👍🏼

Christina Uhlir
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2 years ago

So am I.

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Meinhart Lammer
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2 years ago

In Ecuador such sales are forbidden.

Patrick De Montbrun
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2 years ago

Great idea...too many puppy mills....

Ronnie Saunders
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2 years ago

So does Australia.....

Monika Soffronow
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2 years ago (edited)

How about outlawing the sale of dogs in shops altogether.

Minnie Bourque
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2 years ago

How I wish every state would enforce this law. We must stop puppy mills and illegal breeders of all animas!

Rebecca Thuesen
Community Member
2 years ago

The pet stores have already found a way around this great initiative. They just lie, make up shelters, charge through the roof for "purebred rescues", and keep up with their general sh*tty behavior. It IS a great initiative, but it needs a LOT of oversight to be successful.

Christina Uhlir
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2 years ago

Just another ugly truth behind the good news.

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Rose Fagan
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2 years ago

There shouldn't be pet shops selling animals.

Susan Henry
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2 years ago

Fabulous I’ve adopted for 30+ years.

Sally Spelbring
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2 years ago

DO THIS EVERYWHERE

Christie Ramsay
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2 years ago

Australia does this too for dogs and cats :)

sharron lynn parsons
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2 years ago

The person who planned this idea, deserves a medal, and pray for this to be around the world, we must end puppy mills, and over breeding of cats for sale, of special breeds, as there are some bad breeders, if the special breeds of kittens, are not perfect, what is done with them ???

Christina Uhlir
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2 years ago

What do you think Sharron? They discard them like a piece of trash.

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Julie Lynch
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2 years ago

Another one I am very happy to hear, put the puppy mills, farms out of business

Consuelo Hollenbaugh
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2 years ago

👍👍👍❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Vivien Counsell Mitchell
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2 years ago

And ban breeders while they're at it. Until there are no animals in shelters, at least.

Goldie MG
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2 years ago

Well done.

YoyoSthlm
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2 years ago

We have NEVER had that in Sweden, thank god. It's so horrible and sad.

Christina Uhlir
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2 years ago

Yoyo, I hope you are talking about puppy mills.

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Jennifer Hayden
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2 years ago

This is amazing

Sunzilla
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2 years ago

No they just have to stop breeders as well.

Gay Abarbanell
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2 years ago

HMMM, is it being enforced?

Christina Uhlir
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2 years ago

Good question.

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Sue Sanders
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2 years ago

Rescue/shelter animals are so often the sweetest and most grateful. They really do know and appreciate being adopted. Give 'em a chance to show themselves off!

Christina Uhlir
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2 years ago

You're absolutely right, Sue. "If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man." - Mark Twain, American writer (1835 - 1910)

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Marlene Ricker
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2 years ago

Many of our pet stores in Canada work with rescue organizations and shelter. They will have cats up for adoption in their stores. A wonderful idea in my opinion.

JJM
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2 years ago

I still don't think this is right. No store should be selling dogs, cats or rabbits. It saddens me that some people have no respect or caring for animals and would see this as an opportunity to do heaven knows what to these rescue animals, Does not bare thinking about.

Christina Uhlir
Community Member
2 years ago

JJM, I assume that the pets belong to the shelters, not to the stores which exhibit them, and are therefore adopted from shelters, not sold by stores.

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Morgan Kornoelje
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2 years ago

The problem is somebody these puppy mills come up with fake rescues, to still be able to sell their puppies. There are investigative studies out there, it's a good rule of thumb is if a puppy costs more than a couple hundred it's not from a rescue.

Linda Robinett
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2 years ago

I did not know that and I am typing this in California. There are plenty of good animals out there. My sister got a great cat from a shelter. She was all potty trained and very well socialized by her former owner.

Aktug Birinci
Community Member
2 years ago

Finally!

Steve Cruz
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2 years ago

I thank PetSmart for helping make the trend of retailers offering healthy spayed and neutered rescue animals. If people see them, they want them!

sharron lynn parsons
Community Member
2 years ago

Excellent, California I pray that others will follow, If puppy mills supply pet stores, there will never be an end to the suffering Bravo !!!

Sarawyn
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2 years ago

❤️❤️❤️!

Laura Baldwin
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2 years ago

Love this.

Judy Ackerman
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2 years ago

Hope they all find homes and the puppy mills get shut down.

Tara
Community Member
2 years ago

Seriously!? That’s so cool

athornedrose
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2 years ago

i'm confused with what they mean by limit sales. like limit pricing? or how many of each animal can be sold? what limitation is imposed? genuinely just curious

Karyn Lowe
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2 years ago

They can sell rescued animals only, which are plentiful in shelters

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Judy Stapleton
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1 year ago

Now if they’d close the loophole that still allows them to operate.

Auntie Depressant
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2 years ago

YES!! YAY!! Now let’s start fining people who don’t spay/neuter, and BAN sales on kittens & puppies online!!! (gumtree in the u.k. allows this, and these awful people force their cats to have kittens year after year!) I’ve volunteered for no-kill shelters and it’s heartbreaking. I’ve had a dozen kittens clinging to me within minutes of my arrival. This is unacceptable for “developed” countries. We domesticated them, they’re our responsibility.

sharron lynn parsons
Community Member
2 years ago

It's about time, this must be world wide !!!

Christina Uhlir
Community Member
2 years ago

That is very good news, saves innocent lives, eliminate suffering.

Jo Choto
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2 years ago

Another law that should be international.

Kathryn Bell
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2 years ago

Britain has banned sales of puppies in pet stores

Sandy Kavanaugh
Community Member
2 years ago

YES!!!!!

Renée Guercia
Community Member
2 years ago

FANTASTIC!

Lauren Hoffman
Community Member
2 years ago

It's been the Law in other states, like NC, for years.

Christina Uhlir
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2 years ago

That is great, however, I heard that in NC, and many other states, there are NO tether laws and "people" let their dogs to freeze to death in winter, and die of thirst in summer. What are the lawmakers doing about that?

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Daniel Kavanagh
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2 years ago

Voilà une super de belle initiative

Bob Brents
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2 years ago

Great

sharron lynn parsons
Community Member
2 years ago

All countries should be as smart !!!

Kim
Community Member
2 years ago

california? my whole country has banned petshops pet sales. and I live in a third world country

Christina Uhlir
Community Member
2 years ago

How do your country cares for homeless animals, Kim?

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Monique Dykstra
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2 years ago

Montreal too!

Joey Tam
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2 years ago

Thank you!

Joel Malard
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2 years ago

And who kills the others?

Christina Uhlir
Community Member
2 years ago

Joel, is that the question for Kim? I would like to know how they care about their homeless animals.

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Linda DeBaker Mucha Thomas
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2 years ago

Yes, yes, yes! Anything to get rid of puppy mills!

Jan Allison Bramer
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2 years ago

Ohhh I like this!💖

Marg Smith
Community Member
2 years ago

Makes sense

Jacqui O'Connell
Community Member
2 years ago

There should be no pet store sales

Christina Uhlir
Community Member
2 years ago

If a pet stores help to adopt homeless animals from shelters, that's good, isn't it Jacqui? But that's a big "if"... must be regulated.

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Olga Rodriguez
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2 years ago

❤️

Di Burns
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2 years ago

As did Australia's Victoria this year.

Noreen Barkley
Community Member
2 years ago

Great news! This should be the standard everywhere.

Dorothy Johnson
Community Member
2 years ago

Amen!

Sherry Stafford
Community Member
2 years ago

yay. good for them need more to do the same.

Collette Milligan
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2 years ago

👍

Sue Clifford
Community Member
2 years ago

👍😻🐶💃💃💃👍

Pili
Community Member
2 years ago

All pet stores should be closed.

Victoria Bate
Community Member
2 years ago

This is actually potentially dangerous. I definitely think breeders should have to register and be regulated. But responsible breeders can actually do wonderful things for the continuation of breed health. They do a lot to help lengthen and improve the life of the dogs they breed. I also think that there are cases where a purebred dog is just the best fit for some families. They have different care needs, and more importantly, different pray drives. I think for families with young children and such it is very important to know what to expect from a dog. As someone who personally has pretty severe dog allergies, I had to be very sure my dog wouldn't cause me to have a reaction. He is the light of my life, and I have seen my depression and anxiety improve immensely because of him.

Victoria Bate
Community Member
2 years ago

I did extensive reaserch regarding the breeder I purchased him from, and I truly admire their dedication to the wellbeing of their puppies and parents. Understand that good breeders are few and far in between, but those who are still out there do wonderful work to protect the health of dogs. Rescues do just as much good, of course. I’ve fostered 2 dogs and 10 cats, and I know how important rescue organizations are. I have four rescues at home, and I adore them, but when it comes to my puppy- there isn’t a way he could be more perfect for me; his breed couldn’t be more perfect for me. I believe in adoption, but making it the only option is a lot like telling people they can no longer have children, but must instead adopt: it just doesn’t fit all life styles, and the good it does only lasts so long. Thanks for coming to my TED talk.

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Lou Lou Woodbury
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2 years ago

Come on the other 49 states!

Donna Hand
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2 years ago

NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Diana Hockley
Community Member
2 years ago

GREAT NEWS! Quite a lot of states are doing this now and here in Queensland, Australia, a lot of the pet stores are doing that too.

Yancy Naughton
Community Member
2 years ago

No overstepping there.

Marjorie Willcox
Community Member
2 years ago

Good. I think there are bans of puppy & kitten sales in U.K. pet shops now or soon.

Lisa
Community Member
2 years ago

As far as I know this has hugely backfired as puppy mills now just put up a front of a rescue and do their breeding business just away from public eye :(

Christina Uhlir
Community Member
2 years ago

Will ever "people" stop exploiting animals? When puppy mills will be outlawed???

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Grumble O'Pug
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2 years ago

Sadly pet stores co-opt the shelter concept by selling milled dogs as rescues.

Sheri Scott
Community Member
2 years ago

Retail rescue brings unsuitable and diseased pets into the US as opposed to suitable hand reared American pets. Nothing to celebrate, bad news for America.

Christina Uhlir
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2 years ago

Sheri, if a pet store exhibits healthy rescues from shelters it is good for animals; no need for "suitable" hand reared pets for snobby Americans.

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Sham Star
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2 years ago

They're out of their minds. CA is a shithole.

Christina Uhlir
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2 years ago

Sham, you are out of your sick mind, compassionless, and cruel.

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Brian Sanderson
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2 years ago

All this does is perpetuate irresponsible breeding. Irresponsible breeding should be criminalized. That is the only true way to reduce the numbers of rescue and shelter animals.

Melita Costello
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2 years ago

What is meant to happen to puppies born in a good home? Are they meant to become rescue dogs just to be adopted? Most dogs and cats are born in homes not necessarily "farms". Cats and dogs give us a lot of happiness. This is mass birth control. It's awesome to adopt a rescue animal but why is it necessarily not good to adopt a kitten or puppy locally and they can move from one home environment to another.

Christina Uhlir
Community Member
2 years ago

Responsible people spay and neuter their pets, because there are too many animals which are never adopted and are euthanized. Please, do not have dogs and cats born in homes.

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Jammy Tee
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2 years ago

I have never agreed with buying animals. Like slavery, a life cannot have a price on it. This is so good especially as it will help so many shelter animals that need love and a home!

Rosie Hamilton
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2 years ago

You still pay the rescue shelter and whilst it gets called adoption to all intents and purposes you're buying. My most recent rescue cost me £175.00 to adopt. I do appreciate the point that you are making but there is also the problem that there are people who won't value something they get for free. The world is a mucked up and there are a lot of people who shouldn't have a pet regardless.

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California also has death penalty

Nia Loves Art
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2 years ago

And? How on earth is that relevant here?

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2 years ago

Or buzz stops, as they should now be known.

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2 years ago

It's sad that in 2019 equal pay has to be enforced. It should be just normal... should.

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Oooh.love this...why it is not everywhere...

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Pamela24
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I love this picture! So cute!

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2 years ago

This is a great contrast to all the negativity we hear about women's value in India.

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Raine Soo
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2 years ago

Thank you, thank you, thank you! The bees thank you, and I thank you.

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Magpie
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2 years ago

I have always hated circuses. Even when I was so young I did not have the words to explain why I was crying. So good to see this!!!

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2 years ago

I'll believe it when I see it. There have been stories of oil eating bacteria, and all sorts of magical things that eat the bad stuff. I hope to see it, but until then....

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2 years ago

This is fantastic. Sooooo many people end up in jail or dead because we fail them as a society.

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2 years ago

Did they find a match?

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Iggy
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2 years ago

95% is very impressive.

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2 years ago

Yes but they are in danger of climate change now like many species

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2 years ago

They should not have been there in the first place.

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Marc
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2 years ago

Palm oil is in so many products. I try to avoid them but it is not always easy. Palm tree farms did destroy a lot of animal habits and nature environments.

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Jon Garrett
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2 years ago

Nairobi has a baby elephant orphanage. So I guess not. Of course, if they are brought up in the orphanage, which is by Nairobi National Park, then they are not sold to a zoo or circus.

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2 years ago

That's adorable. Not sure how something involving grown adults and the most massive terrestrial animals can be adorable, but somehow it is.

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Raine Soo
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2 years ago

This is wonderful news!

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Zach Tan
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2 years ago

Great for packaging! For almost everything else, not so much. But still a great step forward!

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Now let's build Jurassic Park!

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Magpie
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2 years ago

That is brilliant! And this research has taken a very long time to bear fruit. Thank god for scientists ;p

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Magpie
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2 years ago

This is great! This is what us grown ups need to do for the climate strike kids.

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Lucas
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2 years ago

The best snoots on the planet's best critters.

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Magpie
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2 years ago

So wonderful to see compassion making the law. * cries just a bit *

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Juliana Kessler
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2 years ago

This is definitely a good thing, but be careful to remember that fortnite is known for an especially toxic crunch culture. Employees are expected to work insane hours with no pay. Planting forests is good, but he should also be held responsible for the unfair and harmful working conditions his company creates.

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2 years ago

That is a good sign. Break the circle! That is the only way.

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