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Utah woman charged with 2 misdemeanors for the cat to sleep in her own backyard: “This is a cat”

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A cat-nap turned out to be a disaster in Utah on Monday.

Milo, an orange tabby cat, was snoozing on his owner’s front lawn in Murray, on the 24th of June, the animal control officers are provided quite a wake-up call in the form of two misdemeanor charges.

The owner, Kate, Anderson, told FOX13, animal control officers came to her house to get her out of the quote, which is quoted to two charges – one for having “only an animal at large” and one for “not having an animal license is attached” – both of which are Class B violations, on the basis of a city ordinance.

Milo, an orange tabby cat, was snoozing in his hand, as Kate Anderson and the lawn in Murray, on the 24th of June, when the animal control officers are provided quite a wake-up call in the form of two misdemeanor charges.
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According to Anderson, a person in the area, and took a photo of Milo sleeping on the ground, and will be reported to the city.

“This is a cat who has been neutered and will be micro-chipped, and vaccinated, and does not pose a threat to the community,” Anderson told FOX 13.

The woman said, A has a cat door so he comes and goes, and it is a cat.”

The statute dates back to 1963, and prohibits each and every form of wildlife in the area, even if it’s in the ownership of the property without a leash, secured in a yard or confined to a vehicle.
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She told me that she was shocked by the quote.

“I just got a ticket for my cat to be outside, in my backyard,” Anderson said.

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Anderson, who said that they would have to make a phone call for her court date to the violations, is worried about her indoor-outdoor, pal, pointing at the cat, enjoy the outdoors on the front lawn.

“I don’t think that the majority of people believe that it is illegal to have your cat outside under any circumstances,” Anderson said.

The statute dates back to 1963, and prohibits each and every form of wildlife in the area, even if it’s in the ownership of the property without a leash, secured in a yard or confined to a vehicle. The owner of an animal is considered to be a “great” found it “illegal” under the regulation, and will be faced with a charge, such as mr. Anderson did.

According to Anderson, a person in the area, and took a photo of Milo sleeping on the ground, and will be reported to the city.
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“It’s definitely out of date, and I think that, if anything, there should be some kind of a supplement to or amendment of the ordinance, with the exception of the cats,” Anderson said.

Murray city Attorney G. L. Critchfield, told FOX13 that she filed a motion to dismiss the charges, but it will most likely not be up to the amendment of the regulation.

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