Idaho recently unveiled a new license plate design for motorists who want to put their pet-friendliness on display — and on their vehicles.
The new plate design was made available following the passage of Idaho House Bill 105. The bill, a pet project of former Idaho state representative Hy Kloc, had been in development for several years before its recent passage. The bill stipulates that all proceed from the sale of the new plates will go into a fund for use by local shelters to provide spay and neutering services.
“I stayed involved with this project when I left the legislature because there’s a serious lack of funding for low-cost spay and neutering. After so many years of work, it’s so rewarding to see this legislation finally take effect. All of the money will go to help the animals who need it the most. That money will make a huge impact in how we deal with increasing animal populations in Idaho. I am so lucky that this bill was the product of a bipartisan effort. I feel very fortunate to have worked with these and other representatives on this project.”
— Hy Kloc, Former Idaho State Representative
For more information about the new pet-friendly plate, including how you can reserve one for yourself, head to the Idaho Transportation Department.