Cairns, Sep 14 (ANI): An Aussie woman has revealed that she received a 200-dollar fine from the Cairns Regional Council after claims that inspectors mistook two fibreglass dogs in her yard for real dogs.
Mishka Gamble said she was shocked when she received a notice saying she had seven days to pay the fine for the registration of two dogs.
"I certainly don't have two dogs," Cairns.com.au quoted her as saying.
Gamble, who has one dog she had recently brought up from Adelaide, said she believed inspectors had mistaken her fibreglass staffy and blue heeler for the real things.
"I have a little shitzu. It is 15 and can't move and was out the back," she said.
"They probably didn't even see him.
"I've got a fibreglass pig and sheep. Do I need to register them too?" she added.
The two fibreglass dogs are visible through the window from the front of her property. (ANI)