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    Quote Originally Posted by chubbsecurity View Post
    Jadie-Lee I just saw this on facebook. lock up your furkids!

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    EVERYONE BEWARE.!!!!!
    There is a Silver Hilux going around Jimboomba Flagstone area stealing dogs. He was seen in broad daylight today trying to steal a staffy. Obviously this scumbag is stealing for fighter dogs, which is just crap! He is said to be in his mid 40's, driving a silver hilux with a "K" in the number plate. PLEASE keep an eye on your pets, even more so if staffys or bulldog type breeds. And take note of the FULL rego no and report it to police as there is a full investigation happening
    I seen this last week when it happened. Its had me freaked out ever since!! My two have been at a kennel since Friday morning since I have been away, but I'll be locking them in while I am gone now. Scum bags those people are > If they ever touched my pooches and I found out who they were... they will wish they had never ever met me or come near my dogs!

    @ Hyacinth, I am not sure about the laws with breeding and stuff, but if this guy is happy enough to sell pups out of the back of a van on the highway, I highly doubt he gives a rats ass anyway.

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    All I know is you have to have a licance to keep a snake but not a dog thats just stupied same as dogs have to have collars but cats roam free I think u should have to do a course and get a licance to own a cat or dog and cats should have the same laws as dogs

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    Hi Jadielee87

    He might not give a rats, but it gives the RSPCA or the Police a legal reason to stop him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Hi Jadielee87

    He might not give a rats, but it gives the RSPCA or the Police a legal reason to stop him.
    I should have given them a call on the day and mentioned it to them. Didn't even think to! If he is back this weekend coming and I see him I will call the RSPCA for sure and see what they say.

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shedeivl View Post
    All I know is you have to have a licance to keep a snake but not a dog thats just stupied same as dogs have to have collars but cats roam free I think u should have to do a course and get a licance to own a cat or dog and cats should have the same laws as dogs
    What are u on about? Cats do have the same laws. They are not allowed to roam free and they have to be registered. In order for them to even be registered here they have to be desexed & micro chipped. im sick of people judging cats thinking they are a nuisance and allowed to do whatever they want cause theyre not!!

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    (cats)
    they have to be registered
    Different states have different rules about this.

    In SA, Mitcham Council is the only one that has the same rules you're talking about. Though the dog and cat act (SA) says cats are not allowed to tresspass or cause problems on other people's property. There's not much in the way of consequences for those that don't, but if you can catch the cat you can take it to an authorised place for PTS eg vet or RSPCA. If you know the cat probably best to ask neighbours to keep it at home first work something out with them - without making any threats or suggestions about what might happen to the cat if it strays your way again.

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    what I'm talking about is cats don't have to wear collars or be on leads like dogs it's the law that dogs need to be on leads it's not law for cats, ok cats do have laws saying that there not meant to run free I was merely pointing out if cats also have a law for collars and leads and both cat and dog owner had to do a course and get a licence to own them then maybe it would lessen ppl sell puppies and kittens to whoever

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    well i guess i see your point. Cat's here are also required to wear collars with an identification tag - although i have always had Stainless I.D tags on my animals, i don't know why it's a must as your cat has to be micro-chipped anyway. We actually do walk our one of our cats with the dogs once a week, she is on a lead and harness (you can't imagine the looks we get, i should take a picture of them walking and post) and she loves it. I do agree with the licensing, i've always like the idea however as somebody bought up who would manage it and where would the costs of licensing go? Also more importantly who would we deem professional enough to hand our licenses etc

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