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State Assembly Approves Mandatory Spay/Neuter Bill

Republicans Voice Their Opposition

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Assembly Bill 1634, by Assemblyman Lloyd Levine, D-Van Nuys, was approved by the Assembly today.  The bill would impose a statewide mandatory spay and neuter law for all cats and dogs in California. 

 

Individuals would be prohibited from owning a cat or dog over the age of 4 months that have not been neutered unless they obtain a permit from government officials.  Assembly Republicans called the proposal “unworkable” and argued the measure usurps local control and forces pet owners to pay a costly new fee.