With their meat-hook claws and two inch long fangs.......playing with her
cheetahs only kill by strangling their prey with their jaws, and those cheetahs were just playing around with her
On the topic of dog breed banning:
They ban "pit bulls" (which isn't even a goddamn breed to begin with, but a blanket term for many breeds that look similar) by saying "you can't own this breed anymore". In some cases, dogs that were born before the ban can be grandfathered by the law and you can keep them.. provided you follow the rest of their laws:
- Get it registered as a dangerous dog with the city
- Muzzle it at all times when outside
- Must be on a leash of no more than 6 feet long
- Must get $1,000,000 public liability insurance
- Must be under the control of someone 16 years or older at all times
- Some dog parks ban the breed, so you can't bring them there
- Put a dangerous dog sign up on your yard/house (great way to ward off intruders! lol)
- Have a veterinarian insert a microchip in the dog that registers it as a dangerous dog
- Get it spayed/neutered
- If your grandfathered dangerous dog was pregnant before/during it was banned and it gives birth, you have to give the puppies to the animal shelter for them to put to sleep.
What determines whether or not your dog is a "dangerous dog"/banned breed?
If it is a:
- Staffordshire Bull Terrier
- American Staffordshire Terrier
- American Pit Bull Terrier
- "Any dog that has the appearance and physical characteristics predominantly conforming to the standards for any of the above breeds, as established by the Canadian Kennel Club or the American Kennel Club or the United Kennel Club or as determined by a veterinarian licensed to practice in Ontario"
(Basically, if a vet says "this looks vaguely like an American Staffordshire Terrier", you've got a dangerous dog breed.)
This law may vary based on where you live, this was just a by-law that I grabbed from Ontario.