Veterinarian clears quarantined exotic animals in Ohio

04/23/2012 | Review (Alliance, Ohio), The

A veterinarian has reviewed test results from the five animals who survived after their owner freed dozens of exotic animals from their pens last year in Zanesville, Ohio, and then committed suicide. Lab work shows the animals are free from infectious diseases, though they remain under observation for rabies until Friday. A hearing on the animals' future is scheduled for next week, as the Zanesville man's widow is attempting to regain ownership of them.

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