Bobcat relocated after it kills dozens of animals at Tucson petting zoo
A surprise visitor went on the attack at a Tucson petting zoo, leaving more than a dozen animals dead.
Kenneth MacNeil, the owner of the Tucson Petting Zoo and Funny Foot Farm, said when he arrived at work, he found 18 chickens, two ducks and a lamb dead.
“The fences are considered no-climb fences, but unfortunately bobcats can make it over it,” MacNeil said. “I wasn’t mad at the bobcat because he belongs here more than we do.”