Uh, only those humans which are unfit for breeding that is. They'll probably screw the program up though. Where's Adolph now that we really need him?
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- Rhode Island could become the first state to require cat owners to spay or neuter their pets under legislation passed Wednesday by the General Assembly.
The measure would require pets older than 6 months to be spayed or neutered unless owners pay $100 for a breeder's license or special permit. Violators would be fined $75 a month.
Full story at The Associated Press.
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