(Las Vegas, NV) — Las Vegas’ two-year-old spay and neuter ordinance has helped bring the unwanted pet population down. But the “Review-Journal” says several non-profit groups are calling for more city funding so they can sterilize dogs and cats at reduced cost.

Animal owners must get their pets fixed or face a $250 fine.

One possible solution is raising license fees, and City Manager Betsy Fretwell says it’s “something we can work on.”

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