Ohio officials work to get exotics owners registered
By: ANN SANNER - The Associated Press
The Associated PressNOAH AND LAYLA: “Noah,” left, and “Layla” prowl their enclosure at Stump Hill Farm in Massillon, Ohio. More than a year after a suicidal owner in Ohio released dozens of his exotic animals, state officials continued to work with exotic animal owners to hel...
The Associated PressEXOTIC ANIMALS: Cyndi Huntsman holds a baby zebra at her Stump Hill Farm in Massillon, Ohio. Huntsman is one of four owners of exotic animals in Ohio suing the state’s agriculture department and its director over a new law regulating the dangerous wildlife.