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post #31 of 45
there is a limit of 4 animals here (those being dogs, cats, ferrets, and pot-bellied pigs) and you can have no more than 3 of the same animal. so i am at our limit according to city ordinance. our landlord never said the limit, but we only asked if they took 3 cats.
post #32 of 45
None that I know of. But we own our house
post #33 of 45
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Originally Posted by GoldenKitty45 View Post
None that I know of. But we own our house
Doesn't matter. So do we. Lots of county rules, cities, and insurance carriers attempt to be restrictive.
post #34 of 45
I don't live in the city, so the limits don't apply to me..but in town there is a limit of a total of 4 cats and/or dogs. They just finally were able to pass this ordinance about a month ago, and it a way, it's totally hilarious. They had been trying for years to get some kind of updated animal control ordinance for the city.

So, at the city counsel meeting that night, they finally got the votes mustered to pass their ordinance, good or bad as it may be. Then, about 2 items later, they announced city and county budget cuts, to include cutting 1 million dollars annually from the sheriff's department.

The sheriff waited for the floor, and when he was recognized, he announced that every deputy and position in his office was mandated by state legislature, expect for 1. He was laying off the animal control officer.

The city has a brand new ordinance, with absolutley NO ONE to enforce it.
post #35 of 45
We don't have one for cats, I know there is a limit on dogs but don't know what it is. The cats do however have to be microchipped under the bylaw
post #36 of 45
In my city, the limits are 4 cats, and 4 dogs (which I am at my limit) but I would love to have more. I have not violated this rule though because I wouldn't be able to give up any animal of mine and would probably go to jail before that would happen.
post #37 of 45
Limit here is two dogs and two cats. Unless you're a foster home. And you can apply for a third dog, but it has to pass the canine good neighbour test.
post #38 of 45
Same for me as Eithne said I think...No limit for cats..but dogs I think its a 3 dog limit in the city..but not 100% sure on that.
post #39 of 45
I don't *think* we have one; if there is it's not enforced. Where do you go to check?
post #40 of 45
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Originally Posted by alice_curiouser View Post
I don't *think* we have one; if there is it's not enforced. Where do you go to check?
likely your local city hall or animal control
post #41 of 45
None that I know of
post #42 of 45
Just looked mine up, and guess what? I'm at my limit with 2! That's right, our city only allows 2 cats over the age of 6 months per household....same for dogs. The rest need to apply fpr a kennell liscense.
post #43 of 45
There is no limit in my city but in my household, I currently have 3 cats and right now that is my limit. At the very most I could take in one more desperate stray (like my Meezers) but I won't adopt another one for a little while. When I move out of my buddy's basement, I will definitely consider adopting another one since I will have more room.
post #44 of 45
I don't believe that there is a limit here, i've never heard of there being one.
post #45 of 45
There probably is one where I live (most of the suburbs have a limit here).

Do I know or pay attention? No... besides there are only 2 cats that actually climb in the windows...patches and Beauty's arthritis are getting to them so they're never in the window.
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