DELAVAN, Wis. — Authorities in Wisconsin say two 7-week-old Siberian lynx that were missing from a petting zoo have been returned. Town of Delavan police Chief Raymond Clark said in a news release the cats were returned to Animal Gardens on Wednesday evening. He says the animals were hungry but in good health. Staff at...
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