Judicial Follies: Companion fish

Some years ago, the California Supreme Court decided a case involving a woman who was forced to give up her two house cats to comply with rules adopted by her condominium association that prohibited pet ownership. Not all pet ownership, however; the association’s rules allowed “birds and domestic fish.” But not cats. This gave a dissenting justice the opportunity to sing the praises and joys of cat ownership, and to lament that his colleagues were wrong in not protecting the woman’s pets.    Read the article………….


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