Wednesday, January 30, 2008

ferret breeding can quickly get out of hand

is an understatement. take a look at this story:
Authorities removed about 200 animals - nearly half of them dead in freezers - from a home … Animal Control agents, responding to a complaint of ferrets living in poor conditions, found more than 100 ferrets, a dog, a bird and three cats "living in deplorable, unsanitary and crowded conditions,"… Most of the animals were suffering from dehydration and malnutrition …

Carcasses of a rat, cat, otter and 89 ferrets were found in freezers in the home and garage ... 61 of the rescued ferrets had to be euthanized because of their poor health, more than 15 are in Animal Control custody, and about 23 with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The animals will be held pending a court hearing … There is no limit to the number of ferrets someone can own in Virginia Beach.
there may be some indication that this lady is mentally ill. there is a debate on the comments to this story as to whether this lady should get 23 months or 23 years. some people...

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