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Philly Mulls Pet Limit Law

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Philly Mulls Pet Limit LawPhiladelphia pets, Philly cats, Phillt dogs, Philly pets, Philadelphia dogs, Philadelphia catsThe Philadelphia City Council will hear a bill tomorrow, June 7, 2012, that would limit the number of dogs and cats allowed in a residence to 12.The city will hear a bill tomorrow, June 7, 2012, that would limit the number of dogs and cats allowed in a residence to 12.newslinePhilly Mulls Pet Limit LawPosted: June 6, 2012, 5:45 p.m. EDT

Philly seeks to limit number of pets per residence
Philly seeks to limit the number of cats and dogs per residence.

The Philadelphia City Council will hear a bill tomorrow, June 7, 2012, that would limit the number of dogs and cats allowed in a residence to 12.

The bill would also limit the number of unsterilized pets per household to two cats and two dogs.

The proposal passed through the council’s committee on public health and human services on Tuesday and would take effect immediately if passed.

The Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council opposes the bill on the grounds that on the grounds of a lack of correlation between the number of pets in a household and the quality of care those animals receive. PIJAC urged its members to contact the Philadelphia City Council to voice objection to the legislature.

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