Ohio’s Exotic Animal Law, with Insurance Component, Survives Federal Lawsuit

By Ann Sanner | March 6, 2014

  • March 8, 2014 at 12:14 am
    Wholesale Broker says:
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    This is written so they can’t comply. It requires coverage to be on admitted paper, requires 30 day notice of cancellation to the state and for coverage to apply to ALL animals, even if they aren’t scheduled on the policy (blanket coverage). Most are written on non-admitted paper and the state doesn’t even realize it. One is shown as written with Farmers (no way Farmers would write an exotic animal) and another with State Farm

    A true joke.

  • March 11, 2014 at 11:52 am
    M. Prankster says:
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    Just watched the documentary The Elephant in the Room about the repurcussions of owning exotic animals.

    http://theelephantinthelivingroom.com/

    It’s heartbreaking.

    Many of the animals are subjected to terrible suffering. And a lot end up dead because people don’t know how to properly care for them or lose interest.



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