SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Animal rights groups are pushing a bill that would replace animals for sale in retail pet stores, with rescue and shelter animals.

The bill would ban the sale of dogs, kittens and rabbits that come from mills and breeders from being sold at pet stores in California.

But store owners say the bill will only create a black market.

“If you want a purebred puppy, say a teacup Yorkie and you don’t find it at the shelter, where will you go? Craigslist,” said pet store owner David Salinas.

Salinas owns four…

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