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Hundreds Homeless after Endangered Species Moved into Projects
Hundreds of residents of a housing project in Detroit, Michigan are out on the street today after the US Fish and Wildlife Service requisitioned their homes to house an assortment of animals currently on the federally protected species list.
"My friend Cheryl got kicked out for a bunch of Rayed Bean Mussels," Harris said, "And now we've got a couple of ocelots living next door. Rude ocelots who carry on until all hours - growling, slamming and banging all night."
FWS spokesman Gary Kahler pointed out that ocelots are nocturnal animals, and that any noise complaints could be addressed to the police.
"These animals are endangered in the wild and need our protection," Kahler remarked, "The cooperation and understanding of the residents of Spencer Gardens is appreciated."
"That ocelot can suck my dick," Harris explained.
One of Spencer Gardens new transplants, a grizzly bear, commented.
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