[News] Keep Families and Pets Together - Illinois Senate Bill 154
Illinois Senate Bill 154 would reduce the number of dogs and cats surrendered to shelters every year due to housing issues in the United States. This bill would require property owners who receive state funding for low-income housing to allow tenants to have well-behaved dogs and cats. In 2019 11,400 cats and dogs were euthanized in Illinois. No dog or cat with a loving home should be put down because their family's housing situation changes. If you are interested in learning more about this bill or taking action to support it Best Friend's Animal Society is a goodsource for information on the bill and how to contact your state officials to let them know you support Senate Bill 154.
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