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Please Say NO to SB310…Say NO to ALL Bans

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You do NOT have to be from Ohio…You do NOT have to own an exotic animal…Yu do NOT have to own any animal or even like animals. Be an American, tell them to fix the regulation as is unconstitutional and to say NO to all bans!!!

From Polly Britton, Legislative Agent for Ohio Association of Animal Owners

Please write to the members of the Ohio House of Representatives TODAY if possible, or at least by the weekend. They will likely be voting on the bill next Tuesday, and they will need time to consider your thoughts and discuss it with the other House members.

Here are a few ‘talking points’ to include in your email:
•Federally (USDA) licensed and inspected professional animal facilities need to be exempt, as they are inspected by the same government agency that inspects the AZA and ZAA facilities.
•The exotic animal auction, which is also USDA licensed and inspected, needs to be able to sell these animals to USDA licensed facilities.
•A real grandfather clause needs to be added, allowing owners to replace animals that die.
•Permit fees need to be similar to USDA’s or ODNR’s; they are currently 6 times as high as USDA’s, and more than 12 times as high as ODNR’s. Both of these agencies can license and inspect for a reasonable fee, why can’t ODA?
•Ohio recently repealed the law that designated all pit bull dogs as “vicious” and required $100,000 liability insurance. Senate Bill 310 designates a long list of animals as “dangerous” or “restricted” and requires insurance in amounts of $200,000 to $1,000,000 for animals that, like the pit bull dogs, have not injured or killed anyone. 
The USDA licensed owners and the pet owners supported each other in their testimony over the past six weeks. We need to continue to do so. If you’re among the few who are exempted in the amended House version (owners of marmosets, squirrel monkeys, capuchins and lemurs), remember, you still have to register your animals and meet whatever standards of care Ohio Dept of Agriculture comes up with.


I believe that SB310 is unconstitutional and can be challenged if voted into law. Everyone seems to forget this fact however taking it to the court system comes at a price!!! It does cost money to fill and for representation…I believe that exotic animal owners will fight this if voted in supported by animal owners everywhere…H$U$ does not have the answer to welfare laws and BANS most certainly are out of the question as this law is geared for banning certain animals…Will mean that animals will be displaced and euthanized (MURDERED IN COLD BLOOD) which is representative of the Animal Rights Extremists and their organizations, H$U$/PETA/ASPCA/ADLF and others…promoting veganism and ending All rights of animal ownership…They control Animal Law and have a large number at their beckon call, to push their view of animal welfare and public safety…however there is no public safety issue:

via REXANO –

Here are few facts: since 1990, on average 0.7 people get killed each year in the USA by captive tigers, majority are owners and trainers themselves, aka occupational/hobby hazard, NOT a public safety issue. This includes all tigers, from pets to major zoos. To bring it in perspective, about 125 people get killed in USA in traffic accidents EACH DAY.


Nobody knows how many tigers really are in the USA, but whether it is 5000 or 7000, it is a good thing. Wild tigers will be extinct in the wild pretty soon, as their main threat is the habitat loss due to human encroachment. Major zoos in the USA manage only 3 tiger subspecies, and have around 200-300 tigers set aside for breeding. That is very few individuals to guarantee that they will not be inbreeding and produce deformed tigers in the next few years. Imagine how inbred humans would be with so few individuals. The American zoo’s tigers will never be released back to the wild anytime soon if ever.

American private self supporting sector is needed with our thousands of tigers to guarantee the tiger’s future survival. Private sector does it for much less money than donation depended major zoos and hypocritical sanctuaries, who get millions in donations, while the wild tiger is going extinct. By making private ownership of tigers illegal, these short sighted ‘Neanderthal Ignoramus Hypocriticus’ are sentencing tigers to a total extinction, in the wild as well as in captivity.


This is NOT the American way and more the way of the New World Order of Agenda 21…Even if protecting animal welfare is not ‘your thing’ it is important that we continue to fight for the American, your freedom is dependent on it!!!

….your ignorance is their power….

“Effective execution of Agenda 21 will require a profound
reorientation of all human society, unlike anything the world
has ever experienced a major shift in the priorities of both
governments and individuals and an unprecedented
redeployment of human and financial resources. This shift
will demand that a concern for the environmental consequences
of every human action be integrated into individual and
collective decision-making at every level.” 
– UN Agenda 21


“The current course of development is thus clearly unsustainable.
Current problems cannot be solved by piecemeal measures.
More of the same is not enough. Radical change from the
current trajectory is not an option, but an absolute necessity.
Fundamental economic, social and cultural changes that
address the root causes of poverty and environmental
degradation are required and they are required now.”
– from the Earth Charter website

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~ by topcatsroar on May 17, 2012.

3 Responses to ““WHY ARE YOU TURNING AGAINST US??? PLEASE say NO to HB310””

  1. I strongly oppose SB310. I don’t believe Ohio should ban exotics or any other state. What will happen to the exotic animals. They will be murdered. That is horrible. Where is a grandfather clause? Also the exotic animals owners the responsible ones will suffer a great loss.
    I also believe this bill is not the answer to public safety. If that is what Ohio wants. The state legislation should make stronger safety laws.
    To me this bill is unconstutional and against the American way.

  2. I strongly oppose SB310. I don’t believe their should be a ban on exotic animals in Ohio as well as any other state. What will happen to the exotic animals? They will be murdered. How can a state condemn all these animals to die. Also, why isn’t there a grandfathe clause? Also, to those responsible owners and I know some in Ohio not only lose their right to own exotic animals they will suffer from the loss of the exotic animals they own. This is not the answer. If you think it should be safer for the general public then make safety regulations that’s all. I believe this bill is unconstitutional and not the America way. We are losing all our freedoms and this one is one of the worst.

  3. Some comments I have read and compelled to share:
    One of my personal favorites:
    “If the General Assembly wanted to force everyone in Ohio to purchase a permit for every chair they had in their possession, at the rate of $250/3 chairs, $500/6 chairs, $1000/10 chairs, $1500/15 chairs + $150 for each additional chair after 15, but restaurants and bars were exempt, would you feel that is fair? And then if you didn’t purchase your permit, and get a $200,000 insurance policy, you were forced to give your chairs to a business, but you had to pay the $600+ cost to transport your chairs or face having a lien put on your property would that be fair? And lets say they were doing all this because a person fell out of a chair and now the General Assembly feels compelled to protect the public from owning these dangerous chairs. But not all chairs are considered dangerous, only the really big, nice expensive wooden ones are dangerous. The little folding chairs and the student chairs that are abused in schools are not considered as dangerous, but a necessity to function. Huh?”
    -“It is an example to show the average non-EAO how stupid SB 310 is. I just changed the content to say chair instead of animal. I wish I did get tossed from my horse, then I’d at least be doing something I enjoy. LOL. I did play with my goats, but how can anyone ignore a crying kid that yells Maaaa, everytime I walk out the door.”

    “Terry Boose asked more questions than anybody during the hearings. The Chairman even ridiculed him at times, but, that did not deter him at all. When the AR people quoted statistics, say, about human casualties from exotics, he asked for documentation. Of course, they had none. He also asked the Columbus Zoo director if they had ever had any animal escapes. He said,” uh….. I really don’t know”. Terry said, “you mean you are the director of the Columbus Zoo, and you can’t tell me if you’ve had any animal escapes ?” He was pretty awesome !”

    ” I just spoke with a constitutional lawyer….
    He is interested in having a meeting to plan the course of action to get this bill ruled unconstitutional. I told him about the lien and permits and agreed with me that this is unconstitutional. This will not be easy and it will take some fortitude. If we can ban, no pun intended, together, we can shove this bill right back at the governor, and I want to get him on malfeasance and moral turpitude charges. We should not have even been put in this predicament in the first place if our elected officials did their job. There was a prosecuting attorney who is now a senator state that the bill was constitutional on the grounds of “public welfare”. That is a big BS! If that is the case, we might as well shred the other 76 pages of the constitution and just go with that one clause they use to justify taking more and more of our rights away. I also know that some of these guys are connected to some of the so called liberty groups, we will need their support at some time, and we need to stick to the Personal Private Property issue to get them interested. I am committed to helping in any way I can. We need a forum to get those who have the cahonies to fight, the will to fight and the understanding of what we are fighting for. I want this bill ruled unconstitutional. That is it. Well, and perhaps the governor busted on moral turpitude charges, and the senate on malfeasance, and we’ll see about the house. If you want, message me and I will give you my number. Thanks. Hang in there.”

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