Ferret Round Up, March 31st in Ferret Friendly La Mesa

2018 Ferret Round Up

2018 Ferret Round Up

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Asking the city of Encinitas for a Ferret Legalization Proclamation

The original plan was to have Dr Brian Loudis from All Pets Medical Center present and bring Elroy (the ferret) because he is legally allowed to treat ferrets and I hoped that would keep us out of trouble.

I arrived early and asked the sheriff on duty if bringing a ferret into the meeting for public comments would land us in trouble. He said “no.”

And right after six o’clock they called us for public comments – and so I began.

It is significant to note that city councilmember Tony Kranz said he made the motion to put it on the agenda. We need one other person. council member Tasha Boerner Horbath is now a candidate for state assembly. She is our best bet for a second. You can bet that we will be working on a way to convince her. It shouldn’t be too difficult.

Make Culver City a Ferret Friendly City

Make Culver City a Ferret Friendly City

Make Santa Clarita a Ferret Friendly City

Make Santa Clarita a Ferret Friendly City

Asking Encinitas to be a Ferret Friendly City

Asking Encinitas to be a Ferret Friendly City

Official Proclamation from the City of La Mesa for Ferret Legalization

Here is the official proclamation from the city of La Mesa, signed by Mayor Mark Arapostathis and all four city council members requesting the California Legislature to introduce responsible ferret legalization legislation.

Official proclamation from the city of La Mesa calling on the California legislature to legalize ferrets.

Official proclamation from the city of La Mesa calling on the California legislature to legalize ferrets.

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