North Carolina Bill 1032 called Protection of Inherently Dangerous Animals
is being reviewed by members of the North Carolina Judiciary II Committee. If this bill becomes law, many reptiles and exotic pets will be banned in North Carolina. Take a moment to read what the bill considers \"inherently dangerous\". http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/Sessions/2005/Bills/Senate/HTML/S1032v1.html
Extremist animal rights organizations have exploited a recent tragic incident, placed reptiles and exotic mammals into one group to promote their own radical agenda and attempt to prohibit citizens the right to own these pets.
If voted into law, the bill will take effect January 01, 2006.
We implore North Carolina legislators to preserve our rights to keep the animal of our choice as pets, not allowing extremist special-interest groups to remove our fundamental rights.
Please add your signature below and OPPOSE NORTH CAROLINA BILL 1032. This petition will be mailed (in snail and e format) to all judiciary II committee members reviewing the bill.
This petition was prepared by Tony Cueto, a long time breeder and director of the North Carolina Reptile & Exotic Animal Show together with the North Carolina Association of Reptile Breeders and Keepers. Please visit the show website, www.reptileandexoticanimalshow.com where additional information on opposing North Carolina bill 1032 can be found. We strongly urge citizens of North Carolina that oppose bill 1032 to not only sign the petition but to email and call your legislators. Once the new association has its website operating, links will be placed on the same website.
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More information on what can be done to oppose N.C. bill 1032. http://www.reptileandexoticanimalshow.com Read N.C. bill 1032 http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/Sessions/2005/Bills/Senate/HTML/S1032v1.html
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