I am waiting for the @#%! storm of people screaming how he is negligent that his animal got loose. The PETA people and animal rights and rescue groups are probably ready to protest. I would love to have a kangaroo. I am surprised the city of Lewisville permits them.
I was on a FM road several years ago very late at night west (I think) of Austin and saw a yellow warning sign with what I thought was an image of a kangaroo (like the 'dancing deer' signs warning of an impending trip to your favorite body shop).I thought there might be another city besides Weatherford lame enough to name their team the 'Roos. My friend said,"Nah it's actually a wallaby,somebody set some of them free out here and now they're taking over. They're forever burying themselves in peoples grilles and causing wrecks." Don't know if it's true or not. He knew how gullible I was and took advantage of that alot.
To Condoleesa...Lewisville does not permit people to keep exotic animals as pets within the city limits. Dr. Jones was caring for the kangaroo during the weekend at his home rather than the animal clinic because Maynard needed special attention and did not do well being kept in a cage. Arrangements have been made for Maynard to live out the rest of his days at a zoo in California rather than a zoo in St. Louis.
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