MAJOR WIN: New Law Allows Dog Moms to Breastfeed in Public

MAJOR WIN: New Law Allows Dog Moms to Breastfeed in Public

In a major victory for pet parents everywhere, the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a law that allows dog moms to breastfeed their young in public.

In Karen v. United States, the court ruled that dog moms have the constitutional right to nurse wherever they see fit.

“I’ve certainly gotten my fair share of dirty looks over the years when I nurse Bandit, but it’s vital that we be allowed to feed our children whenever they get hungry,” said Karen. “Like, what am I supposed to do? Just leave brunch early?”

In the past, many dog moms have complained about being told to cover up or go to the bathroom to breastfeed their fur babies. Countless brunches and afternoon coffee hangouts have been cut short by angry restaurant owners.

“I’ve always allowed dog moms to breastfeed in my restaurant. I’m glad that now they have the legal protection to do so without fear of repercussions,” said one restaurant owner. “It’s about time that dog mom breastfeeding becomes normal and accepted in our society.”