S.C. considers exotic animal legislation

02/15/2012 | PetProductNews.com

New legislation proposed in South Carolina would ban new exotic animal acquisitions after July 1 and impose several restrictions on current owners of exotics, including permits, microchips and liability insurance. Specific housing and transport rules would be set up, and special considerations for venomous and constricting snakes would be implemented. Fines and jail time are part of the misdemeanor penalties for violating the proposed legislation.

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