(Salem, OR) -- New pet stores in Oregon would be banned from selling puppies and kittens under a bill that passed the Oregon House. There are six small pet stores in Oregon that currently sell puppies and kittens, and they would be allowed to continue those sales. The bill would prevent out-of-state mass breeders from selling animals in Oregon. California and Washington have similar bans. Representatives who opposed the bill said they don't like additional regulations on businesses. The bill moves to the Senate.