Fayetteville, NC -The flailing economy has set its sights on its latest victim, innocent puppies. This week a backwater county surrounding Fayetteville, North Carolina announced its newest plan to capitalize on its greatest assets, negligent owners of so called "dangerous breeds" and run down mills.
The once booming mill town has seen most of its jobs exported to Mexico and China over the last decade, but has recently seen a modest increase in local revenues due to their All Fur Fayetteville campaign, which essentially partners local animal shelters with the town's once profitable fur wholesalers.
Feeling the success of the wildly popular All Fur Fayetteville, the County Commission has just proposed a new municipal ordinance that fast tracks the euthanization process, preventing people from being able to adopt "dangerous" dogs and sending them to production facilities within 72 hours of capture.
The opportunity to streamline the process from pound to parka has Commissioner Charles Evans ecstatic saying, "it's great that we can get this kind of legislation on the table, they're simply a better product and a softer, more colorful higher quality fur". Aimed at curbing the swelling ranks of Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, German Shepherds and other great breeds the plan is also said to increase public safety.