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    Quote Originally Posted by schwab View Post
    We also had raccoons, they make good pets too. You have to get them young.
    I would love to have a pet raccoon

    I've also been told that squirrels make good pets, if they've been adopted at a young age. They supposedly become very attached their human caregiver and follow them around all the time, as it makes them feel safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Žoreišar View Post
    I would love to have a pet raccoon

    I've also been told that squirrels make good pets, if they've been adopted at a young age. They supposedly become very attached their human caregiver and follow them around all the time, as it makes them feel safe.
    If I'm not totally mistaken .... taking a wild animal as a pet is against laws in Norway (same ways as it is in Finland and in Sweden)? One can basically only help hurt animals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    If I'm not totally mistaken .... taking a wild animal as a pet is against laws in Norway (same ways as it is in Finland and in Sweden)? One can basically only help hurt animals.
    Yeah, probably is. One would have to be "lucky" and come across some abandoned and/or injured wild baby animal. A colleague at my father's work place recently found an injured baby squirrel lying on the road. He took it in and fed it, and currently keeps it at home as his pet. Don't know what the correct legal procedure is in such cases, but if it wouldn't have been able to survive on its own, and doesn't want to escape out into the wild, I don't see a problem with it. And I doubt any authorities would make any note of it either, unless it's something like a moose or a lynx. ...Or a badger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Žoreišar View Post
    Yeah, probably is. One would have to be "lucky" and come across some abandoned and/or injured wild baby animal. A colleague at my father's work place recently found an injured baby squirrel lying on the road. He took it in and fed it, and currently keeps it at home as his pet. Don't know what the correct legal procedure is in such cases, but if it wouldn't have been able to survive on its own, and doesn't want to escape out into the wild, I don't see a problem with it. And I doubt any authorities would make any note of it either, unless it's something like a moose or a lynx. ...Or a badger.
    I think our laws are pretty strict/straight (the written forms) ... BUT we should also understand the spirits of those laws ... those laws has been written so to exactly protect our wild animals (in minds .... what is best for animals). If one finds hurt animal ... the first option should always be to treated it well and then release it back to nature. Still if the wild animal can not anymore survive in its natural environment ... sending it back to there can not hardly be best for it? That's how I see those.

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    The law is the law. It is what it is, rather we agree with it or not.

    Although immediate interaction in the event emergency medical care is deemed necessary based on human compassion and empathy, in the case of discovering an injured 'wild' animal, the DNR should be contacted ASAP to determine the proper and legal course of action.

    Our State statutes regarding this issue:

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    Category: L
    Summary of Law: All persons who possess certain wild animals must obtain a permit for each animal they possess. A wild animal possession permit is required for Class I animals (eastern cottontail rabbit, gray squirrel, fox squirrel, southern flying squirrel) Class II animals (beaver, coyote, gray fox, red fox, mink, muskrat, opossum, raccoon, skunk, weasel) and Class III animals: wolves (purebred), bears, wild cats (excluding feral cats), venomous reptiles and crocodilians (at least 5 feet long).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth Lee Hunter View Post
    The law is the law. It is what it is, rather we agree with it or not.
    Sure it is. Just commented how I feel and how I think authorities would behave here.

    Honestly we have too much animal cases (crimes) with pet animals and even rarely with farm animals.
    Too much above means ... even one case is too much!

    But I don't remember any penalties etc. given via wild animals (for unnecessary protection).

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