I liked the Oscar's Law ad! I thought it was great! It might have been better if the puppy farmer appeared friendlier, and if they had met at like a park or somewhere nice, to really emphasise how deceitful puppy farmers can be!
I don't really have an issue with reputable breeders. Although I would always prefer to rescue and save lives. Being a volunteer at a shelter it's sad to see the same cats week after week, you wonder why they spend months waiting, when there are always so many people wanting cats! It's because of pet shops and breeders!
I got my cat from an extremely good breeder 3 years ago, the breeder is still in contact with me, and has always been there to give me advice when I needed it. He's a genuinely good person, and he loves his cats to pieces, he only breeds a few times a year. It took me 6 months before he would even consider me as a potential owner. I had to know the breed inside and out, and I had to guarantee that I would never let him outside, because of the dangers that may risk his life. But I'll never go to a breeder again, no matter how good they are.
My dog is also purebred and he spent the beginning of his life in the pound. While I was there I saw a number of other purebred dogs, including an Akita, Staffies, Kelpies, American Bulldog, Poodle, Chihuahuas, Beagles, Rottweilers, and Border Collies! It's ridiculous how many purebreds end up at the pound! Purebred cats are very uncommon, but purebred dogs are in every second pen!