"Owners of Chicago's estimated 600,000 dogs would be required to microchip their pets, limit tethering, pay stiff fines for letting them roam free
and choose between neutering and sharply higher license fees, under a sweeping crackdown proposed by an influential alderman."
IMO it's not the animals being chipped that worries me. It is when chipping them becomes normal and routine which will then ultimately make it easier
for the public to swallow when the government decides to make human chip implants manditory.
Why wouldn't you presume that? To me it's a fairly logical step and one, I don't think, is too far of a reach. I suppose only time will tell. But
you have to admit that after it becomes common practice in animals, it will be much easier for the public to accept IF the government decides to chip
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