This post is dedicated to my mother-in-law, who will soon make her annual trip to Vermont to see her lovely sister. I'm daring them to be outlaws! Picture it...like Thelma and Louise...
• It is a crime to intentionally kill a bird while flying a plane. If you've got that kind of aim, more power to ya.
• It is illegal to sell dogs and puppies along the side of the road. I guess cats are okay.
• Removing an ear tag from an animal is against the law. Just replace it with an earring, and no one will know.
• In Burlington, only dogs, cats, and ferrets can be brought into public parks. I wonder if the birds know about this law.
• In Burlington, it is a crime to feed the pigeons. So if you're really feeling rebellious, bring your pigeon food to the public park and see what happens.
• Shooting birds as a test of marksmanship is a crime. The Vermont prisons must be overrun with ten-year-old boys.
• At one time, it was illegal to tie a giraffe to a telephone pole. But now you can!
Come back next week when we visit Virginia!
Law information source: stupidlaws.com, dumblaws.com, and realstrangelaws.com.