New pet keeping rules in the Netherlands
paulm at paulm.com
Wed Jun 19 20:55:00 BST 2013
Wow, and I thought Oakland (California) was permissive allowing us, in
a large (~1M pop.) city, to keep cows and horses. You need an acre
minimum for a horse, but so long as you can demonstrate adequate
manure processing capacity, cows are a go.
Where is this fabulous discussion happening? Is there any urban
precedent for water buffalo, or camels, in .NL?
On Wed, Jun 19, 2013 at 12:15 PM, Dirk Koopman <djk at tobit.co.uk> wrote:
> It appears that my esteemed government has changed the rules about about
> which pets one might keep at home. Apart from all the usual suspects, it
> appears one may keep a water buffalo but, crucially, one will *not* be able
> to keep a camel. Apparently, camels are dirty, disease ridden animals but
> water buffaloes (by definition) must be clean and (contagious) disease free.
> Given the respective O'Reilly colophons ("MSCE Core Elective Exams in a
> Nutshell" and er.. the Camel Book) what does this all mean?
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