Have A Cat Or Dog? You May Have To Pay ฿450 To Register Them

Have A Cat Or Dog? You May Have To Pay ฿450 To Register Them

By Asaree Thaitrakulpanich, Staff Reporter

 

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Pisit ‘Loong Yee’ Kumkom, 69, takes care of almost 500 abandoned animals Thursday in Western Bangkok.

 

BANGKOK — A government spokesman said pet owners will soon need to register their pets for ฿450 each – prompting concerns and backlash from both academics and abandoned pet carers.

 

Junta spokesman Sansern Kaewkamnerd said the cabinet on Wednesday passed a law requiring owners to pay ฿450 to register their pets. He didn’t say when the measure would come into force.

 

Full story: http://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/2018/10/11/have-a-cat-or-dog-you-may-have-to-pay-฿450-to-register-them/

 
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