Texas city drops proposal for mandatory spaying and neutering

08/27/2010 | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal (Texas)

The City Council in Lubbock, Texas, on Thursday dropped a proposal to require mandatory spaying and neutering of pets in a bid to cut the number of abandoned animals in the area. Instead, the council decided to consider measures that would allow for improved enforcement of existing animal ordinances.

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