THE SICK ATTITUDE OF SOME COUNCILS IN CHARGING THROUGH THE NOSE TO KEEP A PET

GREEDY GRUBBY COUNCILS DENY OLDER & YOUNGER CITIZENS

PET OWNERS ARE BEING EMOTIONALLY BLACKMAILED BY COUNCILS

PET owners are being asked to pay premium charges to keep their beloved companions.
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Councils over rate the work involved with the pet brigade & keep some overzealous compliance officers in work.Justifying their jobs & positions by keeping fees high to register the pets and even higher again if a lapdog or a small cat escapes to threaten the population with carnivorous zeal.

The little old lady or the pet loving child gets threatened with the pets extermination or a huge fine with warning to the pet owner to remove the pet from their care if the killer cat or dog escapes again from their confines.

The entire issue of pet restraint and confinement and punishment is beyond belief.It needs total revision.This is an area for retirees & families & should be a haven for more pets not fewer.

The system created by the council is for finders of dogs to report to council,whereby as a result the offending escaped dogs owner will be charged extraordinaryly high fines for letting their killer lapdog or kitten escape.

A real aussie way.Dob in your neighbour so the council workers job is easier.

Council are experts at justifying their stand on pet matters & the charges they apply.The rates set as an example speak for themselves.We here at the Fraser Coast with lonely retired people & family facilities should be the lowest not almost the highest.

We the Fraser Coast are sending a message to any incoming retirees & families,

WE ARE GOING TO TAX YOU TO THE HILT IF YOU BRING YOUR ANIMALS

Convince your kids they need plastic toys not live animals-It’s far cheaper,

They poison our water without asking us & force us to drink it

now they inflict super high charges for keeping & or maintaining a pet

I have no pets but feel greatly for those people who are financially effected
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The $105 fee payable to maintain a whole dog or cat in the Fraser Coast is more than many other local government areas.

From a list of five Queensland councils, it was found whole cat owners in the Fraser Coast faced the second highest charge.

While people who registered whole dogs were slapped with the third largest fee.

The region also rated poorly in the desexed pet category, with locals asked to pay one of the highest charges.

Fraser Coast Mayor Gerard O’Connell said he believed pet registration fees were comparable to other local government areas.

“I do think they are fair,” Cr O’Connell said.?????

“In terms of compliance for animals and animal care, it’s one of the fairly significant costs of council…really, I see pet registration as an investment in the welfare of your pets.”

Cr O’Connell said the fees had been reviewed previously.

He said they would be assessed when budget discussions commence later this year and claimed the council was working within its means. He said a pensioner discount would also be discussed.
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Comparisons:

Whole Dog

  • South Burnett: $142 / No discounts offered
  • Fraser Coast: $105 / No discounts offered
  • Brisbane: $99.50 / pensioner $49.60
  • Bundaberg: $85 / pensioner $40
  • Gympie: $80 / pensioner $40

Whole cat

  • South Burnett: $142 / No discounts offered
  • Fraser Coast: $105 / No discounts offered
  • Brisbane: $45.40 / pensioner $22.80
  • Bundaberg: $64 / pensioner $30
  • Gympie: $80 / pensioner $40

Desexed dog

  • South Burnett: $55 / No discounts offered
  • Fraser Coast: $51  / No discounts offered
  • Brisbane: $42.20 / pensioner $15.90
  • Bundaberg: $27  / No discounts offered
  • Gympie: $20 / No discounts offered

Desexed cat

  • South Burnett: $55 / No discounts offered
  • Fraser Coast: $51 / No discounts offered
  • Brisbane: $22.80 / pensioner $11.30
  • Bundaberg: $21 / No discounts offered
  • Gympie: $20 / No discounts offered

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