The REAL agenda behind Prop “B”
There are two types of people in this world, those who make decisions based in logic and those based in emotion.
Prop. B is written just for those who make decisions with their emotions.
Proposition B, the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act, just the name makes me feel better, I am definitely against puppy Cruelty, aren’t you?
That’s why Missouri has laws against Cruelty to any animals, and laws against puppy mills.
The lack of effective enforcement of current laws is what allows puppy mills to thrive in Missouri.
Proposition B does not provide for funding and does not mandate more inspectors.
Proposition B limits the number of breeding dogs a person or entity can own to 50. This is arbitrary, three dogs can be neglected or abused as easily as 300.
Veterinarian Jim Foster Says, “There is a line in the legislation that everyone should pay close attention to, and that is line number nine.”
Line number nine of the proposition defines a pet as “any domesticated animal normally maintained in or near the household of the owner thereof.”
As Foster said, it’s not uncommon for folks in rural areas to keep cattle animals close to their homes.
As a person who uses logic to make my decisions in life, I believe Information is the most Important resource.
So, here is the Info I have found Against Prop “B”