What animals can be kept in an apartment?
What happens if you have a home thirty-six cats, five giant dogs, a terrarium or a rabbit farm on your balcony? Knowrealty versed in the intricacies of the law.
If you delve into history, the path of domestication of wild animals stood our very distant ancestors. In the stone age arrive to man the wolf was turned into a dog, and 10 thousand years ago the Hittites domesticated cat. In those days no one had any issues, is it possible to have this animal specifically, was distracted by more pressing worries: how to do, or to put together a fighting chariot. Genghis Khan, for example, or Charles the Great, setting the stage for the Cheetah, not exactly tormented by questions like that to the neighbors. But with them is more or less clear: the kings and khans all can. What about us, the ordinary residents of the flats in the block, sometimes without balconies? Those who have no HOMESTEAD land and even a small country cottage? Can someone forbid to make, say, an anteater, if outrageous just like Salvador Dali, and much less square meters?
The law, ironically, not particularly regulates the rules of keeping a pet in the apartment, but imposes a few simple requirements. The main thing is that he really lived in the apartment, but not in the hallway or in the stairwell, the cow celebrated natural need in the stairwell, and that statutory silence about the time didn’t disturb neighbors by barking/hissing/curlykale. This is the basic provisions prescribed in the “Code of the city of Moscow on administrative offences”, for their failure to pay the fine.
In our judiciary practice of precedents prohibiting the detention of those or other animals does not exist. In fact, even the word “pet” sounds, to put it mildly, somewhat specific: “Pets — animals kept in captivity or in a position of limited freedom, including farm animals, animals to satisfy emotional and aesthetic needs of a person (animal companion), as well as animals belonging to the species traditionally contained a person in captivity or in conditions of restricted freedom”,