Punish Zoo Director Accused of Stealing Goats and Cooking Them For Holiday Party

Target: District Attorney, Guerrero, Mexico
Goal: Prosecute zoo director accused of stealing goats and cooking them for holiday party.

Four pygmy goats were apparently stolen by a zoo director, cooked up, and served to his employees at a holiday party. The zoo in question is called the Zoológico Zoochilpan in Chilpancingo, Mexico.

“These four animals slaughtered and cooked on the zoo’s premises, and were served as food at the year-end party,” Fernando Ruiz Gutierrez, the state environment department’s director of wildlife, said of the pygmies.

Additionally, “This put the health of the people who ate them at risk because these animals were not fit for human consumption,” explained Gutierrez.

The apparent abuse came to light when a neighbor of the zoo reportedly found an injured deer, belonging to the zoo, suffering from dog bites and a leg injury in a residential neighborhood. When authorities came to investigate, they also apparently discovered that dozens of other animals had gone missing during the director’s tenure, in addition to the four pygmy goats.

As of now, the whereabouts of a jaguarundi, coyote, ten reptiles, a baby macaw, and a red-tailed hawk are unknown.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear District Attorney, Guerrero, Mexico,

Four pygmy goats were apparently stolen by a zoo director, cooked up, and served to his employees at a holiday party. The zoo in question is called the Zoológico Zoochilpan in Chilpancingo, Mexico.

According to Fernando Ruiz Gutierrez, the state environment department’s director of wildlife, “These four animals slaughtered and cooked on the zoo’s premises, and were served as food at the year-end party.”

Additionally, “This put the health of the people who ate them at risk because these animals were not fit for human consumption,” explained Gutierrez.

The apparent abuse came to light when a neighbor of the zoo reportedly found an injured deer, belonging to the zoo, suffering from dog bites and a leg injury in a residential neighborhood. When authorities came to investigate, they also apparently discovered that dozens of other animals had gone missing during the director’s tenure, in addition to the four pygmy goats.

As of now, the whereabouts of a jaguarundi, coyote, ten reptiles, a baby macaw, and a red-tailed hawk are unknown.

It is often too easy to ignore cases of animal abuse, but we ask that your office take this matter seriously and pursue justice for these innocent animals.

Sincerely,
[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: ZooFari


6 Comments

  1. Patricia Schwarzmann says:

    Dear District Attorney, Guerrero, Mexico,
    What a qualified person to be a director, I wonder who hired him … and if he is brought to Court – which I doubt – he will only receive what’s known as a ‘slap on the wrist’ – although he’s been abusing animals and stealing them!
    We therefore request that your office take this matter seriously and pursue justice for these innocent animals.
    Thank you!

  2. ines gjurinovic says:

    I’d lock him on the spot – no trial, he should be in jail already

  3. Keelyn Eggan says:

    NOT EVEN SAFE IN A ZOO!!!!!

  4. Sherry Abela says:

    I’m pretty sure that cooking/stealing the zoo animals is not a part of this man’s job description. This man should be prosecuted to the fullest extent, not a slap on the wrist, of the law for his crimes. He should be forbidden to ever own or work with animals in the future. Please give these animals the justice that they deserve.

  5. This vile, mentally deranged scumbag animal killer must have the death penalty implemented. A slow and agonizing extermination is essential.

  6. Just ban and SHUT all f’n zoos! They’re not a NEED for the anyone on this planet. NATURE doesn’t lock up its own kind just to serve human-centric goals.

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