Provo City Resident Exceeds Two-Pet Limit A Provo City, Utah woman is prohibited from adopting a kitten because of a little-known law that can prohibit residents from owning more than two pets. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Dave Knecht, chair of the Provo City Council.
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Provo City Resident Exceeds Two-Pet Limit

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Provo City Resident Exceeds Two-Pet Limit

Provo City Resident Exceeds Two-Pet Limit

Provo City Resident Exceeds Two-Pet Limit

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A Provo City, Utah woman is prohibited from adopting a kitten because of a little-known law that can prohibit residents from owning more than two pets. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Dave Knecht, chair of the Provo City Council.