Tang posted on their Facebook page that the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s recent move to scrub its website of animal welfare records also included information about cruelty cases involving puppy mills.

“I was shocked to find out that recently the USDA removed information documenting cruelty cases, including information about these puppy and kitten mills, from their website,” wrote Tang. “We implore the U.S. Department of Agriculture to make this information available publicly once again.”

The San Francisco SPCA declared the decision, “great news!” and San Francisco Animal Care and Control conveyed their support.

These two groups adopt out over 6,300 animals each year. Many were made possible by working in partnership with local pet stores.


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