When keeping, for example guinea pigs, I think it's impossible to not notice their happines and wellfare while in groups or pairs.
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What of a situation like TWP? I have four pigs now, and don't plan on anymore. So would I be breaking the law when I am down to one pig?
What if you have a pig who absolutely does not get along with others?
I think it might encourage more people to get breeding pairs, also.
The law does not concern Particular and logical reasons.
I realy do not think there are more people getting breeding pairs just because the animals should not be kept alone, I dont see why it should be like that?
I think its on the contrary. People getting either sows or boars.
however my question was if there are common, in other places of the world, for.ex. USA, keeping just one guinea pig, not knowing their needs of friends. Of course there are still a lot of people not knowing there should be more than one piggie here to.
I'm just interested in piggies life elsewhere.
As for it being common, I don't believe such legislation is commonplace, no. In the US we can hardly get people to provide even the most basic levels of care like food, water, and shelter. Companionship and happiness would be seen as "above and beyond" probably, and that's sad.