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Interesting: Bills are being proposed to take away U.S. citizens animal ownership rights

 
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Interesting: Bills are being proposed to take away U.S. citizens animal ownership rights
As astounding as it may seem, laws and regulations have been or are now being put into place to remove the right for Americans to own animals. This is being done under many pretexts, all of them bogus, all camouflaged as beneficial for either the animals or public.

[link to foodfreedomgroup.com]
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Re: Interesting: Bills are being proposed to take away U.S. citizens animal ownership rights
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Last Edited by Mickey Swag on 12/20/2012 06:27 AM
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Re: Interesting: Bills are being proposed to take away U.S. citizens animal ownership rights
The reptilians don't like dogs, or cats for that matter. zombies
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Re: Interesting: Bills are being proposed to take away U.S. citizens animal ownership rights
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Re: Interesting: Bills are being proposed to take away U.S. citizens animal ownership rights
As astounding as it may seem, laws and regulations have been or are now being put into place to remove the right for Americans to own animals. This is being done under many pretexts, all of them bogus, all camouflaged as beneficial for either the animals or public.

[link to foodfreedomgroup.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30104247


From the link -

“This bill would provide, in addition and with specified exceptions, that it shall be a crime, punishable as specified, for any person to willfully sell or give away as part of a commercial transaction, a live animal on any street, highway, public right-of-way, parking lot, carnival, or boardwalk, or to display or offer for sale, or display or offer to give away as part of a commercial transaction, a live animal if the act of selling or giving away the live animal is to occur on any street, highway, public right-of-way, parking lot, carnival, or boardwalk. The bill would provide that a notice describing the charge and the penalty for a violation of this bill may be issued by a peace officer, animal control officer, or humane officer. By creating a new crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.”


This sounds similar to what the USDA wants to impose on a federal level, where you will not be allowed to ship puppies without being a licensed, inspected kennel.

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Re: Interesting: Bills are being proposed to take away U.S. citizens animal ownership rights
As astounding as it may seem, laws and regulations have been or are now being put into place to remove the right for Americans to own animals. This is being done under many pretexts, all of them bogus, all camouflaged as beneficial for either the animals or public.

[link to foodfreedomgroup.com]
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Also from the link:

HOARDING:

In Vermont, they have been considering house bill 371 on animal hoarding which defines an “Animal hoarder” means a person who: (A) possesses five or more animals …. ” This does not exclude livestock, so would, in an instant criminalize farmers raising animals. It also does not include harm to animals as the basis of determination. Simple ownership of a small number of animals is the crime.



How would breeders factor in? Unless someone only has two to have "a litter", usually a breeder intent on using specific lines are going to have at least a few animals to diversify their stock. HSUS garbage where they want to eliminate all breeding and animal ownership.

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