15 animals you possibly can’t personal in Evansville Metropolis Limits
Pets are a wonderful addition to any family. Dogs are happy to see you when you get home and will happily snuggle up on the couch with you to watch a show. Cats are happy – um – to let you cater to every whim? I’m kidding, cats can be great companions too. Of course, pets aren’t always furry and cozy. In my house, in addition to a dog and a cat, we also have a bearded dragon and a hedgehog. We practically run a very small zoo that nobody visits.
Having exceptional pets isn’t a unique concept. Some people have goats, others have ferrets, while others prefer the company of spiders. To each his own. Who am I or we to judge? That said, there are some pets, no matter how badly you want one or how absolutely positively lovable they are, you can’t own them if you live within the Evansville city limits. I’m sorry for bursting your bladder.
GO TO 15 Animals You Can’t Own In Evansville
The idea came to me after seeing an article by Michelle Heart with our sister station Townsquare Media, 107.9 Lite-FM in Boise, Idaho. She had spotted several animals that residents of that town cannot own due to the city codes found online, which made me wonder if Evansville had similar regulations. Obviously they did or this article wouldn’t exist. Chapter 14, Article 3, Sections 42 and 43 has a long list of exotic animals whose ownership could potentially get you into trouble if local officials find out. You can see the entire list on the city’s website. These are the 15 that I found the most interesting.