Aria, a healthy adult female tiger, watches human passersby from close inside the protective fencing at her home at the Carolina Tiger Rescue sanctuary near Pittsboro. House Bill 554 would ban the private individual ownership of dangerous wild cats, exempting wildlife sanctuaries such as CTR.
Aria, a healthy adult female tiger, watches human passersby from close inside the protective fencing at her home at the Carolina Tiger Rescue sanctuary near Pittsboro. House Bill 554 would ban the private individual ownership of dangerous wild cats, exempting wildlife sanctuaries such as CTR. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Aria, a healthy adult female tiger, watches human passersby from close inside the protective fencing at her home at the Carolina Tiger Rescue sanctuary near Pittsboro. House Bill 554 would ban the private individual ownership of dangerous wild cats, exempting wildlife sanctuaries such as CTR. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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Ban on lions, tigers and bears advances in NC House

April 29, 2015 10:13 PM

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