Legalize Hedgehogs, Gambian Pouched Rats, Sugar Gliders, Fennec Foxes, and Ferrets in Cal.
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Some exotic pets such as chinchillas, despite being endangered in the wild or aren't native to California, are often kept as pets and are legal to keep in California, but not hedgehogs, sugar gliders, fennec foxes, ferrets, Gambian pouched rats, and among others? I think this should be fixed. Hedgehogs for instant are currently illegal to keep due to people's fear of them naturalizing in California (which isn't true), but rats and mice aren't native and were already introduced to California, as well as causing more impact than hedgehogs, but are still legal as pets, so there's no point of making hedgehogs as pets illegal. Ferrets, as said by the LegalizeFerrets.org, ferrets might not be able to survive in the wild, so they shouldn't be banned as pets. Fennec foxes, which despite their possible adaptation to survive in deserts of California, wouldn't do well there due to the already present and very adaptable desert red foxes living there, so fennec foxes wouldn't survive well there, another exotic pets that shouldn't be illegalized. Those are why the pets I've mentioned shouldn't be made illegal and should have been legal in the first place. Help me make these exotics legalized and give these animals a chance, as well as helping some exotics, including fennec foxes, breed to prevent their future endangered status!
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