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Don`t like big cats in backyards? How about the front yard? The side yard? What you are saying makes no sense. No one is suggesting putting big cats in unreasonably large spaces. Many people actually own vast tracts of land. Do you yell at people because they have fish just because you saw someone else with one in a little bowl? Focus your criticism on the real problem. These bans ruin EVERYONE, not just bad owners. There are no licenses. Unless you run a circus, zoo, sanctuary, etc. It`s a business. God forbid that anyone who considers an animal to be an unfinancial gain.

Flat-bellied pigs are not just farm animals. Stop being so narrow-minded. Section 2907.323 | Illegal use of minors or disabled persons in nude material or performance. North Carolina does not list specific animals that can definitely be kept as pets. (4) Where the permit holder multiplies dangerous wild animals, the date of birth of the animal, if he reproduced it; (C) the standards for the housing of dangerous wildlife in accordance with section (C)(20) of section 935.01 of the revised Code held by holders of wildlife protection and reproduction permits issued in accordance with this chapter; In addition to being sedentary, sloths are also loners. They only socialize with other animals when they breed, making them less desirable as pets. However, many people fall in love with these very slow and cute animals. The bill ignores the fact that domestic animals could easily cause the same or worse harm than these unfairly stigmatized animals. It is clear that over time, other non-threatening species will be added to this list out of ignorance, and these prohibitions will extend to other states that have not yet implemented them. The ban could inevitably affect small businesses, such as those that provide animals for educational purposes. This will force many owners to abandon their pets. (A) The following two items relate to the registration of dangerous wildlife under section 935.04 of the revised Code: When you think of a pet, what comes to mind first? Each state has different laws that include which animals can and cannot be considered pets with proper permits.

Some animals are illegal for citizens as pets because they can pose a threat to neighbors or the surrounding ecosystem. For example, if you have a fox as a pet and it breaks off, it could not only harm people living in your area, but also disrupt the local animal population. One of the few exceptions to these laws is zoos and aquariums that complete the proper legal documents and pay the necessary fees. (B) A local authority may issue and enforce stricter orders than those set out in this Chapter to control hazardous wildlife, restricted snakes, or both within the municipal entity. Special Rules for Animal Displays (SAC 901:1-18) Primates, big cats, venomous reptiles, bears, wolves and other animals are prohibited. Some birds, fish, amphibians, turtles and snakes require a permit. You don`t need paperwork to keep chinchillas, ferrets, llamas, sugar gliders, camels, flat-bellied pigs or bison as pets. In Oregon, it is illegal to own feral cats, bears other than black bears, dogs that are not native to Oregon, monkeys, alligators, crocodiles or caimans.

You can get a special permit for an assistance monkey. Animals you can have without a license include alpacas, ferrets, bison, camels, chinchillas, emus, ostriches, llamas, lemurs, sugar gliders and giraffes. Owners who had registered their exotic animals – and who met legally established standards of cage and care – could keep their animals as long as they lived. But they can`t buy new ones or raise the ones they have. The following animals are prohibited as “pets”, with the exception of zoos and sanctuaries: Private ownership of dangerous animals is prohibited, including but not limited to: Delaware state law requires permits for most wild mammals and hybrids. Pets that do not require a permit include chinchillas, hedgehogs, ferrets, opossums, rabbits, sugar gliders, etc. Many lizards are allowed, including anoles, water dragons, basilisks, bearded dragons, chameleons, geckos, iguanas and more. Possession of non-native venomous snakes is illegal.

In Kentucky, no one is allowed to own a naturally dangerous animal, including primates, dangerous reptiles, bears, big cats, honey badgers, etc. Pets allowed include alpaca, goat, camel, chinchilla, llama, parrot, toucan and yak. OK, let`s go back for a moment. A) I do not “stubbornly” claim that YOU have personally labeled all the animals on the list as dangerous. I don`t think YOU personally have anything to do with the revised list of animals classified as dangerous. I see on your information page that you have asked others to keep an open mind and that is what I am trying to do. Stay open on both sides of the fence here. B) Regarding the interpretation of the sentence you posted: “I have printed animals in bold that obviously pose little or no danger to the public and/or are kept in the vernacular”. I am a little confused about how you use the term “bold.” To me, fat means fearless and bold; courageous, etc. So I don`t know how to answer that question. C) I don`t understand why you keep pretending that I don`t read or hear. Please explain to me what problems you have with everything I have posted.

I said that I am on YOUR side in this matter. I just don`t agree with the animal list and NO, I don`t think you have anything to do with the revised list, so I`m not attacking you personally. They are merely reporting on new rules and regulations. D) I think I am very good at my job and if you ever find yourself in a situation, I would be more than happy to give you advice. E) Who is scolding? If you call me a “scolder”, then you are the one wasting YOUR time writing articles when you can`t take the good with the bad. And I don`t have to defend myself against the anti-exotic feelings of pets. I follow the rules that are set, and if the rules change, then I think I have to stick to them and make changes. Of course, I don`t want almost impossible new rules and regulations introduced that would cause exotic owners to lose their pets, or new rules that would make it almost impossible for those responsible for exotic pet owners to have no choice but to get future exotic animals. And again, I am on YOUR side in this matter.

I don`t want to argue with you about petty comments that we both don`t like. I got the impression that you wrote this article to defend those who own Exotic and thus tell others what or how they think about new rules and regulations. (5) A wildlife rehabilitation facility approved by the head of the Department of Wildlife in accordance with the rules made under section 1531.08 of the revised Act rehabilitating dangerous wild animals or restricted snakes native to the State for reintroduction into the wild; I just want to own a fox one day. But I know I can`t deal with it now, so I`ll wait. But most people don`t wait and don`t realize how serious it is to have the means and the right things to take care of an animal. Irresponsible people buy animals because they think they are cute and think about the present and not the future. I have a hamster dog and a mouse and I will buy two birds and another mouse because I can afford to take care of them. Irresponsible owners do not wonder whether they can feed the animal if they have to do so or buy a suitable house for them. That is why I welcome this legislation. I know not everyone is a bad owner, but I feel bad for the animals that get stuck with you and then abandoned. However, the list includes some species that are unlikely to pose a threat to “public safety,” such as small cats and non-human primates.

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