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Michigan city plans to ban certain exotic animals

Posted on December 14th, 2011 No Comments

Inonia, a city east of Grand Rapids, is seeking to revise part of its animal city ordinance that has not been updated in almost four decades. Inonia City Council voted 5-3 on the updated ordinance at the last city council meeting.

New sections of the ordinance would ban many exotic and dangerous animals as well as phase out pit bull terriers. Animals such as elephants, tigers, ostriches, skunks, raccoons, wolves and wolf hybrids, coyotes, bears, apes, baboons, alligators, crocodiles, cheetahs, and snakes and spiders whose venom is poisonous or deadly to humans are listed as prohibited animals Inonia residents can own.

Licensed businesses and organizations like zoos and pet shops will not be affected by this proposed ordinance.

If you or a loved one has been hurt in an attack by a dog or other pet, contact the Michigan pet bite injury lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C., today by calling 877-PET-BITE.

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