As you may know, we wrapped up our "Silly State Law Saturday" posts last week. After fifty weeks of ridiculing each U.S. state's silly animal laws one by one, I just couldn't let things go this week.
One of my blogging buddies has supported my Saturday series by joining me every week with a great sense of humor and a thoughtful comment. I appreciate each and every one of you who has visited, appreciated my twisted sense of humor, and left a comment. But this gal is something special. She has visited and commented on each and every post. Without fail. And she's not even American!
So this post is dedicated to Jenna of Canada, who blogs at Love is Being Owned by a Husky. If you've not yet discovered her blog, please check it out. She's just about as sweet as they come, and she is funny and informative. Go now. No–WAIT. Read my post first, and then go. Now we get to make fun of her homeland's ridiculous animal laws in her honor.
In Montreal, if you stay at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, they are obliged to feed your horse. Free feed for my horse? Does he get to sleep in the bed with me, too?
In Toronto, you must not drag a dead horse down Yonge Street on a Sunday. You must take a detour, or perhaps wait until Monday. Don't throw your back out.
It is illegal to hit innocent little seal pups over the head with a heavy club. But if they've made mischief, have at it.
In Alberta, businesses must provide rails for tying up horses. That's all fine and dandy, but if there's not free food, I'm going to the Queen Elizabeth Hotel.
It is against the law to make burgers out of polar bears. A nice fillet, though?
One may not own more than two Siberian Huskies in any single household without a musher's license. Really? Jenna, I'm sending the authorities. (Just kidding...totally fake law...had to do it). Check out Jenna's fabulous trio of pooches on her blog.
Thanks to all who have enjoyed our Silly Saturday posts over the last 50 weeks. If you think of a country you'd like us to check out, please let me know. We take any and all requests! If you missed any of the states, you can check out the entire series here.