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Raleigh, NC City Council approved ordinance banning residents from owning dangerous wild animals

Raleigh, NC banning ownership of dangerous wild animals

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The Raleigh City Council approved an ordinance banning dangerous and wild animals inside city limits. The ordinance will ban residents from owning lions, tigers, wolves, monkeys, hybrids or crossbreeds, and medically significant venomous snakes. Beginning in July 2023, any resident with animals grandfathered in under the ordinance will be required to register with animal control and pay a fee. Owners who violate the ordinance will have their animals impounded by police and pay a $500 penalty.


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