Keeping dangerous pets

  Belatucadrus 12:17 06 May 09
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Keeping dangerous pets at home to be made easier under new plans.
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"they want to reduce the "burden" of red tape on private animal keepers" or should that be they want to cut the cost of the administration "only need to get a licence every two years and have their premises inspected less often". It smacks of GBs brilliant biannual MOT plan.
Still I've always wanted a crocodile.

  Quickbeam 13:22 06 May 09

I seem to remember reading a while ago that in Northern Ireland you can keep dangerous animals quite easily. The result is that there are some odd people on housing estates with pumas and lions etc.

  Cymro. 13:35 06 May 09

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"some odd people on housing estates with pumas and lions etc"
Surely not!!!!!!

I wonder if any of this applies to the owner of the dog who bit the window cleaner on another of today's postings??????

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  Stuartli 14:50 06 May 09

Here's one man who became involved with a dangerous pet...:-)

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  Quickbeam 14:57 06 May 09

I felt that!!!

  Quickbeam 15:00 06 May 09

click here It seems they took action to stop it.

  Cymro. 16:49 06 May 09
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Thanks for that Quickbeam.
Sorry for doubting you, but it was a little incredible. There may be some who would say that it could only happen in Ireland.

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