And they're loving it!!
About 40 kitty-cats, which many have six-toes, are living large in the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Key West, Fla, but you wouldn't believe who's supporting them… YOU and your tax dollars!!!
Apparently, the U.S. Department of Agriculture can administer the cats by building a higher fence and caging the felines at night.
A member of the ASPCA wasn't too thrilled about the kittays' living arrangements and alerted the USDA.
But a representative from the USDA noted that the agency just wants:
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Dang, the dolphins at SeaWorld can't get a break these days!
PETA recently filed a complaint to the U.S. Department of Agriculture against San Antonio's SeaWorld on behalf of a bottlenose dolphin that was rockin' an exposed injury on its nose.
And while the organization was in complete discontent over the hurt dolphin, they expressed that the incident is violating the Animal Welfare Act, which states facilities should be free of any objects that could possibly harm an animal.
PETA's President, Ingrid E. Newkirk said:
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