Ohio to ban exotic animal ownership

Ohio to ban exotic animal ownership

There are 21 comments on the Middletown Journal story from Sep 4, 2010, titled Ohio to ban exotic animal ownership. In it, Middletown Journal reports that:

Tim Harrison holds the biggest of the two alligators, while at the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center, that were recently confiscated from a house in Dayton.

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Barnesville, OH

#23 Nov 17, 2013
Avrey wrote:
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So we should respect Leon Harrison even if a court of law determines that he is a pedophile predator? No thanks!
No. You're an idiot. That is a whole other subject. That has nothing to do with preserving nature. Being a licensed zoologist owning a fully grown Siberian Tiger I can personally say that with the right care and knowhow, these "dangerous" animals can be given a happy healthy home where we can bond with them. These beautiful creatures need to stay a prominent part of our lives so that our grandchildren can experience them in life and not just by pictures in books.

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