37 animals donated to Exotic Pet Surrender in Kenosha County

37 animals donated to Exotic Pet Surrender in Kenosha County

People made lizards, fish, birds, snakes

People returned 37 exotic pets on Saturday at an Exotic Pet Surrender event at the Pringle Nature Center in Bristol. The returned pets were lizards, fish, birds, and snakes, including an 8-foot-long python. Organizations in the area accepted fish, invertebrates, reptiles, pet birds and small mammals – no questions asked. options for exotic animals such as fish, birds and reptiles. Some pet owners who are unable to care for their pet may think that releasing it is the right thing to do. However, releasing a pet is harmful to the animal and the environment.

People returned 37 exotic pets on Saturday at an Exotic Pet Surrender event at the Pringle Nature Center in Bristol.

The returned pets were lizards, fish, birds, and snakes, including an 8-foot-long python.

Organizations in the area accepted fish, invertebrates, reptiles, pet birds and small mammals – no questions asked.

In some areas there are no rehousing options for exotic animals such as fish, birds and reptiles.

Some pet owners who are unable to care for their pet may think that releasing it is the right thing to do. However, releasing a pet is harmful to the animal and the environment.

The next Exotic Pet Surrender event will take place from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. on September 11 at the Hampton Inn & Suites Milwaukee West at 8201 W. Greenfield Ave., West Allis.

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