You should have explained it more, the guy from Zainesville, Ohio who released his animals then committed suicide, some of the animals were kept at the Columbus Zoo until a few days ago, the mans wife now has them back.
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Honestly, I'm suprised she got anything back, but I'm glad she did.
Indeed. It's traumatic enough when your husband releases all your pets and commits suicide, having all the animals gone at a zoo after being confiscated would drive me insane
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I can't disagree more, I can't believe these animals are being returned to the sh*t hole conditions they were in before the incident. 2 Leopards, a bear and 2 Macaques - I just hope that this time they are taken care of and not half starved/emaciated and living in there own waste as before. I understand that people want to maintain the right to keep exotics, and I agree, but for god sake please care of them.