Muskingum County Exotic Animals impact on Ownership Regulations | WHIZ News
ZANESVILLE, Ohio – On October 18, 2011 Muskingum County, Ohio made international news after a local resident, Terry Thompson, let 50 exotic animals run loose. Now six years later Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz explained a federal legislation is trying to be introduced in Washington D.C. about ‘Big Cat Ownership’. Sheriff Lutz has made several... Continue Reading
Toronto Zoo euthanizes sick snow leopard - CityNews Toronto
Sad news from the Toronto Zoo. It has announced the death of its 14-year-old snow leopard ‘Kota.’ In a statement posted to Facebook, the zoo says the animal wasn’t walking properly about two weeks ago and his condition quickly deteriorated. The zoo says the big cat began to experience paralysis in the hind end, and […]
In First, Mountain Lion P-55 Crosses Back Over 101 Freeway to Return to Santa Monica Mountains
About 2 1/2 months after he crossed the 101 Freeway for the first time, a young male mountain lion has successfully ventured over those 10 lanes of divided pavement a second time. The lion, known as P-55, is believed to have crossed the 101 Freeway last week, according to the National Park Service, which has been studying local cougars for 15 years.