You got a license for that cat, Mister?
Original post made on Jun 6, 2013
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on Jun 6, 2013 at 4:55 pm
Most cats these days have microchips to help their owners find them. Requiring cat licenses is more paperwork and regulation without benefit to the community. I seriously wonder why the council isn't focused on more important issues.
on Jun 6, 2013 at 5:01 pm
My indoor cats are chipped and I would think that a Mt. View based vet could help with getting a reader so collars could be avoided. Not sure why this has become such a hot topic with our council when we're dealing with larger issues, including controlling auto speeds, given the (way too) many pedestrian deaths in the past year.
on Jun 6, 2013 at 7:47 pm
My b;acl/white cat was chipped and collared, but vanished Thanksgiving day 2012. He had a break-away collar for safety, so he may have lost it and was taken in by someone assuming he was a stray.
I fail to see how a license would help at all. This looks like just another money grab.