VIDEO: Goats forced to leave Prince Rupert

Goats, Hanny and Tanny, return to Hazelton due to livestock bylaw

Tuesday afternoon, June 11, saw the removal of goats Hanny and Tanny from the Moby Dick Inn. Owner Teresa Lee brought them from Hazelton a few weeks ago to help tend to the inn’s lawn, but was unaware of a city bylaw that forbids livestock in the city.

READ MORE: Council briefs June 10, “Goat bylaw” in review

At a city council meeting on June 10 councillors decided they will look into whether the law needs changing. But for now, the goats are gone. Lee said she plans to bring the goats back if the bylaw is amended at a later date.

READ MORE: City allows goats to stay until end of Seafest weekend in Prince Rupert


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