Nonnative Wildlife Invasion Prevention Act
H.R. 669: Nonnative Wildlife Invasion Prevention Act. To prevent the introduction and establishment of nonnative wildlife species that negatively impact the economy, environment, or other animal species’ or human health, and for other purposes.
This will NOT affect hamsters, guinea pigs, etc. so don’t drink the KoolAid the animal dealers are trying to sell you. The bill is to allow the US Fish & Wildlife Svc come up with a list of truly dangerous invasive animals that won’t be allowed as pets. The parakeet police are not going to come take your pets. It is a common sense bill for people with common sense. Find out the truth from someone other than a breeder, dealer or animal exploiter.
Millions of wild animals, including reptiles, large felines, nonhuman primates, and others, are kept in private possession in the U.S. The trade in exotic animals is a multi-billion-dollar-a-year industry.
HR669 will help prevent these “pets” that often are just released into the wild from destroying our native animals and habitat.
PLEASE HELP SUPPORT HR669!
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