Seems in Bismarck Animal Protection and Control's minutes they're looking to to open the door to legally increase the number of foster animals a household can have. They're wanting an exemption to the usual 3 pet household limit established for foster animal families.

So now, let's talk to you living outside the law two cat/two dog families.  It's too many.

Canine and feline; exemptions. The owning, harboring, keeping, possessing of cats or dogs is limited to no more than a combination of three (3) animals of either species per household.

When we got our foster dog Daisy, there may or may not have been more than 3 dogs on the premises, necessary to run a foster operation for dogs, so I'm way for increasing the number of critters they can temporarily house.

But what's your thoughts on a 3 cat/dog limit towards Bismarck households?  Does it have four legs to stand on?

Interesting thought....

Plus, for all ya potential pet nappers- taking in that "stray" cat could now net you a $500 fine...here the proposed changes..

3-03-07. Retention of Animals. No person shall, without the knowledge or consent of the owner/custodian, hold or retain possession of any animal of which he or she is not the owner/custodian for more than twenty-four (24) hours without first reporting the possession of such animal to the Animal Control Officer, Bismarck Police Department or the animal pound. With intent is theft, but this one should be limited to up to $500 fine.

Damn straight Skippy, you nab my pet and hold on to it because it's lovable, you could at face at least a $500 fine!  So why not make an effort to try to find the owner?

Back to the beginning...limit of 3 dogs/cats.  Is this a thing or not a thing?