Lions & Tigers & Bears in Ohio

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The lions and tigers and bears loose in Ohio are two counties east of Columbus. 

 
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Thank God for Licking County. 

I heard about the animals being out of their cages when they broke in on TV last night.  I would have known earlier if I was paying attention to Twitter.

Licking County is between Muskingum and Franklin Counties. They are looking for escaped animals in south east Licking County too.

It will be interesting to see if it is a big story on national news. It's big local news.

Jungle Jack Hanna of the Columbus Zoo is in Muskingum County now.

Looking at ActiveRain (the worlds largest real estate network) the last time anyone posted anything publicly on ActiveRain in Muskingum County was in 2009?

 

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Maureen McCabe
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"Ohio needs to toughen up on exotic animal laws. "

Ya think? We had a law for a short time in 2010 (?) but it was unenforceable? Politics.  Jack Hanna said we were about 6 months away from a law that would be enforceable.  

October 19, 2011 11:16 AM
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Cathy McAlister
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Cathy Ashley McAlister, GRI CDPE - Broker / Sacramento

I feel sorry for the animals.  It was on the late news here in Sacramento.  Hopefully they can save many of the animals and place them where they will be safe.

October 19, 2011 11:43 AM
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Maureen McCabe
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Jack Hanna said the primates and other animals that could be saved are under the care of the Columbus Zoo and The Wilds.

October 19, 2011 12:02 PM
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Mike Mitchell
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Maureen, they've been talking about it on the Detroit area news all day.

October 19, 2011 02:16 PM
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Maureen McCabe
Columbus Ohio Real Estate
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Mike  I think there is a bill  (proposal?) to make your MI laws about animals more lax.   More like ours....  or at least looser so it is in the best interest of those opposed to be sure everyone is paying attention to this.  

Down to one monkey and one wolf missing.  They think.  At 10 they said there was a mountain lion, a grizzly and a monkey missing.  No mention of a wolf then.  

October 19, 2011 02:32 PM
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