WILKES-BARRE, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) – There’s a little bit of a thriller in the Diamond Town, and this one particular is ruffling a handful of feathers.
It involves an alleged stolen hen, an unique pet keep operator, and numerous ravenous alligators.
This is Doris. The six-thirty day period-outdated Rhode Island Pink rooster is seeking refuge at CDE Exotics in downtown Wilkes-Barre.
Owner Cameron English suggests, as observed in this surveillance movie, a team of younger males introduced her to the unique pet retail store Sunday with fowl intentions.
“Came to the entrance door, slamming on the doorway from what my personnel explained, I was not present at the time, and they reported would you acquire this chicken, and we could check out it getting fed to the alligators,” Cameron English, the owner of CDE Exotics, mentioned.
Nine rescued alligators, among the hundreds of other animals, dwell at the store and academic facility on South Most important Avenue.
Right after the staff denied the request to throw the hen into the alligator pen, the gentlemen took off with her.
“They explained who they ended up to me and I realized accurately in which they lived so we went more than there, they arrived out and said they don’t have a chicken, and I mentioned, you had been just pounding on my entrance door with it. I claimed, I just want the fowl,” English reported.
English states he had to spend them $15 to rescue her and he thinks this animal was stolen.
“She’s a sweetheart so she’s definitely very employed to human beings, anyone elevated her quite closely. You could tell with the temperament of a chicken pretty simply,” English mentioned.
English submitted a law enforcement report and claims he’s on a mission to get Doris home… anywhere that may possibly be.
“It’s heartbreaking… it is heartbreaking. So, I mean, I hope any individual does occur ahead and we can uncover its owner. Which is the delighted ending I’m looking for,” English claimed.
CDE Exotics is asking the chicken’s rightful operator to arrive forward with proof.
If no person promises the chicken, it will be a part of the store owner’s personalized flock.
Wilkes-Barre City Police have not responded to our phone calls about an investigation.