Alf this morning is admiring the enterprise of a Kiwi business that exports wallabies to the United States for sale in pet shops.
We are well rid of the wallabies which are (a) Australian and (b) pests, although some of Alf’s mates reckon that once a creature has been identified as Australian we can take it for granted it is a pest.
Alas, the company doing the exporting has been dragged into an international probe into animal cruelty.
Rotorua-based Dama Exporters was dobbed in to the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF) by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
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