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BSL could be enforced in South Africa


Little Dog
Good Day Everyone.

I know it's been a while since I last posted on the forum.
I've away from the Pitbull community for a while but a few days ago the Pitbull Federation put out a notice about about an organisation who call themselves Sizwe Kupelo foundation are trying to have all Pit bulls banned in South Africa. https://www.facebook.com/sizwekupelofoundation/
I know there have been quite a few Pit bull bites in South Africa but most of these attacks happen in Coloured & Black communities which are rules by criminal gangs.

The Pitbull Federation of South Africa are about the only leg we have to stand on to protect the breed.
The Pitbull Community Of South Africa have decided to spread this sad new as far & wide as possible.