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    I know this is a little off the subject, but why are there leash laws for dogs but not cats? Around here you have to have your dog on a leash, but your cat is more then welcome to come crap in my flower bed all they want, and they do! My neighbor has about 6 cats, NONE of which live inside. She even feeds them outside and now we have a problem with skunks! It's like a banquet for them.

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    Leashes are not designed to stop dogs from crapping on your lawn, they are to control a large carnivore whose disposition is unknown. A dog might misinterpret something someone does as threatening and attack or 'defend' its owner if not on a leash. If a dog is scared by a loud noise and bolts into traffic, it could inadvertently cause a car accident.

    Cats... just don't get into this sort of situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairboy
    Leashes are not designed to stop dogs from crapping on your lawn, they are to control a large carnivore whose disposition is unknown. A dog might misinterpret something someone does as threatening and attack or 'defend' its owner if not on a leash. If a dog is scared by a loud noise and bolts into traffic, it could inadvertently cause a car accident.

    Cats... just don't get into this sort of situation.
    Good point. BUT we also have pooper scooper laws which seem to be mainly pointed towards dog owners. I'm not sure that I would agree with the last part of your statement, I see alot more dead cats along the road then dead dogs.

    As Chairboy said, "it's not the dog (pet) it's the owner..."

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    That chairboy guy is a real jerk, I wouldn't put any stock in his post.

    I think it's a matter of scale. If we were talking about a lion, I think the law would strongly suggest that it be on a leash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairboy
    That chairboy guy is a real jerk, I wouldn't put any stock in his post.

    I think it's a matter of scale. If we were talking about a lion, I think the law would strongly suggest that it be on a leash.
    I suppose if my neighbor had lions, poop would be the least of my problems.

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    domestic cats should be
    a) destroyed
    b) eradicated
    c) destroyed
    or
    d) all of the above



    The correct answer is D and F.

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    id also like to submit this for discussion.



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    wtf

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    ****ty... Literally !
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