WILKES-BARRE, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) – There is a bit of a secret in the Diamond Metropolis, and this a single is ruffling a number of feathers.
It involves an alleged stolen hen, an unique pet retail outlet proprietor, and quite a few ravenous alligators.
This is Doris. The six-thirty day period-old Rhode Island Crimson chicken is seeking refuge at CDE Exotics in downtown Wilkes-Barre.
Proprietor Cameron English says, as observed in this surveillance movie, a group of youthful gentlemen introduced her to the unique pet retail outlet Sunday with fowl intentions.
“Came to the entrance doorway, slamming on the door from what my staff explained, I was not existing at the time, and they said would you acquire this chicken, and we could view it staying fed to the alligators,” Cameron English, the proprietor of CDE Exotics, stated.
9 rescued alligators, among the hundreds of other animals, are living at the shop and instructional facility on South Principal Avenue.
Following the staff denied the request to toss the hen into the alligator pen, the males took off with her.
“They described who they have been to me and I knew particularly exactly where they lived so we went in excess of there, they came out and said they really don’t have a rooster, and I reported, you were being just pounding on my front doorway with it. I mentioned, I just want the chook,” English stated.
English states he had to shell out them $15 to rescue her and he thinks this animal was stolen.
“She’s a sweetheart so she’s certainly very employed to humans, any person lifted her incredibly carefully. You could convey to with the temperament of a rooster pretty effortlessly,” English explained.
English filed a police report and says he’s on a mission to get Doris home… anywhere that may be.
“It’s heartbreaking… it is heartbreaking. So, I signify, I hope any individual does come ahead and we can uncover its proprietor. Which is the happy ending I’m searching for,” English mentioned.
CDE Exotics is asking the chicken’s rightful owner to come ahead with proof.
If no one statements the hen, it will sign up for the keep owner’s particular flock.
Wilkes-Barre Town Police have not responded to our calls about an investigation.
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