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A Sacramento city ordinance under consideration would ban pet stores from selling bred puppies and kittens but allow the shops to feature adoptable shelter animals. The change would bring the city in line with many other jurisdictions in California. A similar proposal is pending in the state Assembly. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee

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