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Collection of rare, exotic animals rescued from U-Haul in Cambridge

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A collection of rare and exotic animals were rescued from the back of a U-Haul in Cambridge. Among the menagerie of animals rescued were two chinchillas, a rabbit, two rats, three parrots, three love birds and four coatis. Most of the animals will be put out for adoption while the MSPCA hopes to find a home for the coati at an accredited wildlife sanctuary.
3 months ago·Cambridge, United States

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Collection of rare, exotic animals rescued from U-Haul in Cambridge

A collection of rare and exotic animals were rescued from the back of a U-Haul in Cambridge on Monday, according to a statement released by the MSPCA’s Boston Adoption Center.Among the menagerie of animals rescued were two chinchillas, a rabbit, two rats, three parrots, three love birds and four coatis, a tree mammal native to South America that are illegal to own in Massachusetts. Officials from the MSCPA, Cambridge and environmental police a…

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Exotic Animals Found in ‘Dirty' Cages Inside U-Haul in Cambridge

Several exotic animals — that are illegal to own as a pet in Massachusetts — were found Monday night inside “dirty” cages in the back of a U-Haul in Cambridge, officials announced. The MSPCA-Angell said in a press release Thursday that four coatis were discovered in the rental company vehicle at the corner of Pacific and Sydney streets. One of…

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Photos: 'Menagerie' of coatis, parrots, and more found in U-Haul in Cambridge

A "menagerie" of animals was found in an unlikely place in Cambridge Monday -- the back of a dirty U-Haul truck.

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Exotic mammal found in U-Haul in Cambridge

Various animals are in need of new homes after being discovered inside a U-Haul in Cambridge, Massachusetts on Monday evening. Among the animal breeds, four coatis -- exotic mammals native to South America -- were found. According to MSPCA, coatis are illegal to own as pets in Massachusetts. MSPCA-Angell said law enforcement agencies also found two chinchillas, two rats, three quaker parrots, a rabbit and three love birds.

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