Animals In Print
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From 8 April 2001 Issue:
Two Dog Limit Law in Cary, North Carolina
WRITE Sample Letter follows below:
Folks, A fellow friend rescuer has been fighting the Town of Cary for months over the two dog limit----she does rescue and has 6 (among which some are geriatric). PLEASE we need all the E-MAILS going to her attorney that we can get. Right now the voices will only be represented in E-Mails or letters. PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO SIGN LETTER...Thank you so very much, Wanda
WRITE TO THE FOLLOWING:
Attorney Richard T. Gammon
333 Fayetteville Street
Mall Post Office
Raleigh, NC 27602
RE: Two Dog Limit Law in Cary, North Carolina
Dear Mr Gammon, Limiting the number of dogs an individual may own is an ineffective solution to animal control problems because it fails to address the heart of the issue--irresponsible ownership. Whether an individual owns 10 dogs or two, irresponsible owners will still allow their animals to run loose, leave their mess in a neighbor's yard, or bark long into the night.
Limit laws are extremely difficult to enforce and can be evaded by irresponsible animal owners. Animal control does not know how many animals reside in a home unless they where to make regular door-to-door inspections. To do so would be an expensive, time consuming process that in many cases would require a "Search Warrant".
I respectively ask that you continue fighting to have this law adjudicated. This archiac, intrusive, unenforceable law serves no positive purpose.
Sincerely, YOUR NAME CITY & STATE
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