Monday, February 10, 2020

200 LAB RATS AND MORE RODENTS & CRITTERS REMOVED FROM KANSAS CITY URBAN CORE HOME!!!

And yes, a few local authorities have acknowledged the smell, even on their public social media presences . . . Read more:

200 rats, other animals removed from home on Wabash Avenue

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - More than 300 animals were removed from a home in the 4000 block of Wabash Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri, on Monday, according to a city official. John Baccala, community liaison for the KCMO Neighborhoods and Housing Services Department, said the city and emergency crews worked with KC Pet Project to remove the animals, which included 200 rats, from the duplex.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Damn, Wabash in the news again.

Anonymous said...

City evicted only 180 rodents...the City has a heart.

Anonymous said...

Better title: Gerbils for TKC Readers!

Anonymous said...

That's filthy!