A 6-year-old girl from America has been granted permission to keep her unicorn park. Los Angeles Animal Control gave her a “pass” after she wrote them a note requesting it.
“I would like your permission to keep a rhinoceros in my backyard if I can find one,” 6-year-old Madeline wrote in a note to the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control, the animal control agency, from Los Angeles. Angeles.
The letter put a smile on the staff’s faces, and so the US Animal Protection Authority decided to give her a “pass” if she could find one. “Because they are actually very rare and hard to find.”
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The purported permit states that Madeline will receive permission to keep a unicorn if she adheres to a number of conditions. For example, you should take good care of your unicorn, exposing it to sunlight, moonlight, and rainbows. In addition, unicorns should be given watermelons at least once a week, the animal’s horn should be polished once a month and glitter should be used on unicorns, provided they are non-toxic and biodegradable.
It’s always rewarding to hear from young people who think carefully about what it takes to give animals a loving home. “That’s why we gave her a pre-approved unicorn license.” In addition to the license, the Department of Animal Protection also sent her a unicorn hug in the meantime “while she continues her research.”
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