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    The snake died of natural causes. I was naturally pissed off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    The snake died of natural causes. I was naturally pissed off.
    Lead poisoning?

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    It had all the symptoms of that.

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    They were a danger to the cat, apparently. I guess it all depends how you define dangerous. If you have dogs that are going to attack another animal then you must make sure that they are never in a position to be able to do so. The dogs may not have attacked the pony, just chased it......but the pony is now dead....so apparently they are dangerous...to ponies at least.

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    I guess it all depends how you define dangerous.
    Not so much how you or I define dangerous but how the law in your state defines dangerous.

    If the critter is on your property - trespassing - then the dog is not punished for doing what most dogs are supposed to do (help protect dog owner and property). But if the dog is not on its own property and it harasses another critter - human or otherwise, then it can be declared dangerous in most states whether or not harm was done.

    I think vermin might be an exception but even then - lure coursing is not allowed to be done with live rabbits (which are also vermin) - lure coursing must be done with something not at all animal like eg a bundle of old tshirts.

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    I like horses more than I like cats, so I'm more inclined to feel horrible for the horse.

    If two dogs chased my horse so it had injuries bad enough for it to be put down, I would drag the owners to hell and back with legal fees.

    But declaring the dogs dangerous? Especially if they didn't actually directly attack the animal (let alone a person)... :/ I dunno.

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    Let me see...dogs attack cat...dogs might be declared dangerous.

    What do dogs do...they chase bloody cats.

    Sure fine the owner for roaming and unregistered dogs but declare them dangerous...what a bloody joke.
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    Yeah, fancy a dog chasing a cat !!

    So far so good with the hounds. The owners are going to good effort in making sure they dont get out again and the council has left them alone.

    Still no news from the cat owner ....fingers crossed.


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    If cats were monitored like dogs are with their behaviour, one of my cats would be declared dangerous in no time He's nice sometimes, but you can't pat him for longer than a couple of minutes or he'll bite... and I mean a serious bite, he bites hard!! I've almost always got scratch and bite marks on my hands and arms from him...Crazy cat, lol its just his personality, he's always been a bit grumpy
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