Mission plans to move forward with a proposal to loosen restrictions on ownership of cats and dogs for its residents.
The city will undertake a complete update of its animal control ordinance, but the immediate change would allow residents to keep up to four cats or dogs in any combination. Currently, a household can have two dogs and two cats. A third dog or cat requires a $100 fee and $50 annual renewal. It also requires neighbors’ consent.
The new regulation would allow up to four dogs or cats in any combination without a permit, so you can finally buy the new cat tree that looks like a tree so your group of 4 can finally play.
(Read more: Prairie Village Post)