June 29th, 2011

npr:

Pet-sales ban: San Francisco considers banning the sale of all pets — even goldfish - latimes.com

The proposal started with dogs and cats, expanded to birds and hamsters, and now includes any animal that walks, flies, swims, crawls or slithers — unless you plan to eat it.

Photo credit: David Butow, For The Times

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    What the hell??
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  9. fuckyeahcuterodents reblogged this from guineapiggies and added:
    People shouldn’t be able to buy and sell animals like commodities, I think more areas should follow suit. Especially...
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  13. loveistoartas reblogged this from npr and added:
    wahhh???
  14. babyimawolf reblogged this from guineapiggies and added:
    I hope it passes
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  17. azuneko1 reblogged this from npr and added:
    Typical of sf politics: taking care of stuff that they should not
  18. paterpeccavi reblogged this from npr and added:
    ..not even meal worms to feed baby skunks? what about all the skunk parties? :(
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    This is why we can’t have nice things, children.
  21. helenekwong reblogged this from npr and added:
    Interesting.
  22. crotalinae reblogged this from animalrightsandwelfare and added:
    -_- sometimes good ideas go all wrong. Puppy mills are bad, cat mills are bad, any sort of animal mill is bad… so why...
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  25. pollilop reblogged this from npr and added:
    San Francisco, you try too hard to be progressive sometimes
  26. spidermist reblogged this from npr and added:
    Now this is what I call interesting.
  27. hillbillysid reblogged this from npr and added:
    Is it me or is San Francisco turning into this bizarre land of loonies and do-gooders who want to do what they think is...
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