Judge: Pequannock, NJ, man must stand trial for trying to drown squirrel
Squirrels may belong to the rodent order but a Pequannock man accused of trying to drown one in a public lake will have to defend a cruelty charge in municipal court, a judge ruled today.
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#1 Aug 22, 2010
I wonder how the heirarchy of animals was determined? Who made the list of which animals can be killed and which animals can't be touched? Cows, goats, deer, turkeys, chickens, pigs, and countless other animals plus all kinds of fish and other sea creatures are killed and all is well. Someone kills a squirrel and is arrested but his neighbor kills a chicken and nothing happens. I bet all the chickens in the world had wished they were born a pigeon.
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