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Thread: San Francisco considers banning the sale of all pets

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by foxe View Post
    Hell ya!

  2. #12
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    Aug 2011
    orange county CA


    welcome to the communist state of california....
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    If you think San Francisco is doing this as a "test", you are kidding yourselves. The animal rights activists are hard at work to remove your rights to own (and breed) animals.

    As I stated in other threads, I raised/showed rats (as well as dogs) and have kept my website up for those who still have my purchased stock and for others who would like info on care, links, etc. I wrote a page on this very subject before the last election that you may find quite applicable here; please check out the links, especially where PETA states there is no such thing as a responsible breeder.

    As I state in my article, if all responsible breeding ends, where do we obtain healthy, good-tempered, *quality* breeding stock? Do we stop having cats and dogs altogether?? Do we start anew -- with sickly, displastic, thyroid-deficient, epileptic, and blind animals? And NO specific breeds (that have been with us for decades if not hundreds of years?


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    In addition, the HSUS (Humane Society of the United States) is as crooked as a barrel of snakes. Most people think they are the "parent" organization of your local humane society, but they are not; and the CEO has been under fire for everything from tax evasion to how the HSUS spends it's funds:


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