Pet Store Chain Defies Illinois Animal Purchase Law

By Celeste Bott (December 22, 2021, 4:01 p.m. EST) – A chain of pet stores sued the state of Illinois in federal court Tuesday challenging the constitutionality of the change to state law passed earlier this year that prohibits the purchase of pets with credit. saying that between 50% and 80% of its sales involve consumer loans to finance the purchase of dogs from its affiliated stores and breeders.

Furry Babies Inc., which has locations in Illinois and Indiana, states that the subsection “companion animals” was added to the Illinois Sales Financing Agency Act, which prohibits any licensee from making installment loans with the order to buy a cat or a dog. – violates …

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