Born Two Be Wild
Keep wild animals and die
What Born 2 Be wild is trying to do favor for you and that exotic animal that's in your backyard
This got to tell you something when more tigers are kept as pets than in the wild
The Truth hurts
No matter what kind of animal you got it will bite if you tease it.
Kelly Ann Walz, who lives in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania was cleaning her black bears cage that she had for nine years that attacked her and killed her on October 5, 2009.
Wild animals might look cute but they are born to hunt. Like a woman's Bengal tiger that pulled her nephew under the fence and mauled him.
Also about the story when a Tiger slipped out of a cage door and mauled a woman.
Dangers for Animals
- Even though you may feel happy because you got the coolest pet on the block. This could be causing the animal great harm because animals don't like being in small cages born to be free in the wild where they can go anywhere they want.
- Then you can't give the animal the care that it needs to survive because you aren't always going to be there to take care of it.
- Then when people can't take care of the animals anymore the people turn to zoo's and there isn't enough zoo's for all these wild animals when people can't take care of them anymore.
Dangers for People
Plus then the animal could have a disease that could be deadly. That could be very deadly to humans.
What legal and Illegal
- Every state has it own laws about what kind of animals you can have.
- Some states have that you don't need a license to obtain but may regulate some aspects like (i.e. entry permit, veterinary certificate, etc.)
What's the impact on the environment
Also it can destroy that ecosystem so that means other animals can't live there and then they got to go find a new home.
What do the numbers say
What do the Experts say
Jeannie Lord with the Pine View Wildlife Rehabilitation and education Center said,"Many of these wild animals have very specific climate and dietary needs that are too difficult for people to maintain. For example, Lilly the turtle was not properly taken care of, and now she is suffering the consequences and being rehabilitated at the center. The plaster on the bottom part of the shell was filled with cancer, pocket holes of what we call shell rot,” Lord said."
"Summary of State Laws Relating to Private Possession of Exotic Animals."Summary of State Laws Relating to Private Possession of Exotic Animals. N.p., n.d. Web. 2 Feb. 2014. <http://www.bornfreeusa.org/b4a2_exotic