Quick Answer: What Is The Law On Selling Kittens?

Do you need a license to sell kittens?

Most states require the disclosure of a breeder’s license for those selling puppies and kittens.

While disclosure of an animal’s age and health is required throughout the U.S., certain states have additional requirements.

In NSW, all cats and dogs, other than exempt cats and dogs, must be microchipped by 12 weeks of age or before being sold or given away, whichever happens first. If you are selling a cat or dog, it must be microchipped.

Can I sell my kittens UK?

Ban of third party sales of puppies and kittens, known as ‘Lucy’s Law’, confirmed. The government has confirmed it will be banning third party sales of puppies and kittens, Animal Welfare Minister David Rutley announced today (23 December).

What does Lucy’s law mean?

Lucy’s Law is a regulation which limits the sale of puppies and kittens as pets in England. It is named after a spaniel called Lucy who was used for breeding on a puppy farm in South Wales.