Hawaii's lawmakers consider bill to sterilize pets before sale

04/18/2011 | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Lawmakers in Hawaii are debating a bill that would require retailers to spay and neuter cats and dogs before they are sold, a move proponents say would help the state manage feral cat populations. The bill would not apply to sales between hobby breeders and other person-to-person pet sales.

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