Big, small or in between, wild animals should not be pets

Big, small or in between, wild animals should not be pets

Most of us believe wild animals such as tigers and wolves shouldn’t be kept in basements or backyards as pets – even if we haven’t seen Tiger King! Fortunately, most municipalities have bylaws to prevent this.

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