We all know how special interest groups to blow things up proportions -. “Exotic Pet Crisis” as a non-existent If you listened to some animal rights groups, then I think as exotic pets is cruel, dangerous, and even bordering on treason! Before you buy that agenda, consider that a high school student once made a convincing case for banning dihydrogen monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, killing thousands of people every year.
The highest number of deaths due to inhalation, but the dangers of dihydrogen monoxide do not end there. Prolonged exposure to its solid form causes severe tissue damage. The dihydrogen monoxide is known hydroxl acid, the main component of acid rain can cause severe burns contributes to soil erosion, may cause electrical failures and decreased effectiveness of automobile brakes, and found in excised tumors of cancer patients.
This report is 50 students, asking them what to do with the chemical. 43 students favored banning it, 6 were undecided and only one correctly recognized that ‘dihydrogen monoxide’ is actually H2O – plain old water. How gullible are at ?
Banning my cat makes about as much sense as banning yours – and the result is the same heartbreaking pet and owner. Are you ready for the truth about the “Exotic Pet Crisis?”
- Exotic pets are not dangerous! One study showed that the risk of injury to exotic cat owners was less than the threat of injury to the domestic dog bites. And every person who drives a vehicle subject yourself and your family to a risk three times greater, not someone who has a large exotic cat than a tiger.
- Most exotic pet owners kind, intelligent people who adore their animals and take care of them well. We love your pets as you love yours.
- Exotic animal bans beloved pets are confiscated, seized and are usually killed. A lucky few live their lives in cages under the care of strangers in zoos and sanctuaries. This is the dirty secret animal rights groups do not want you to know. Banning does not help animals: kill them!
- Exotic cat ownership is already regulated by the US Department of Agriculture, the US Department of Interior, US Fish and Wildlife Service, CITES, the Animal Protection Act, the Endangered Species Act and the Lacey Act several city, county and state regulation than you can shake a stick at, as well as existing animal welfare and public safety laws that govern both exotic and domestic animals.
- “You can buy a tiger on the Internet $ 100.00,” research-averse activists proclaim horror. Just try to assign a tiger on the Internet, or even a serval. Will not succeed. Breeders have websites, but it is much more than a click of the mouse to purchase an exotic cat.