Ohio Had Cocaine Cat Last Week, Now They Have An Attack Zebra
Last week in Ohio it was a cocaine cat and now this week it's an attack zebra. What is going on with the animals in Ohio?
Ohio's Cocaine Cat
Last week a story about an exotic cat popped up from a traffic stop when police went to search a suspect's car.
An animal known as a serval cat jumped out of the car and ran up a tree. Animal control was called to catch the cat and bring it to the Cincinnati Animal CARE facility where it was checked out and determined that the cat had cocaine in its system.
Zebra Attacks Ohio Man
A 72-year-old farmer in Ohio has a small herd of zebra on his farm and made a 911 call stating he was attacked by a zebra.
Obviously, there is a reason the farmer has the "Do Not Feed Or Touch The Zebras" sign on his fence
When the first deputy showed up on the scene the zebra rammed his cruiser so this was definitely one mad animal. To get the zebra to back off so the deputy could get out of his car he had to hit the horn and siren to scare it off.
According to NBC4, while an emergency crew was tending to the man bitten by the zebra, the animal kept lingering around and began aggressively coming toward emergency workers. The farmer had given the ok to take the animal down if necessary and that is exactly what one deputy did.
The aggressive zebra was protecting his six female friends in the field. The farmer was taken to the hospital and suffered non-life-threatening injuries and will not lose the arm that was bitten by the zebra.