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Raccoon receives a comforting journey into the light

Mathew Barzal

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It was around 10:30 by the time a city worker came around to pick him up. I understand that animal services may have been busy with sick or dangerous animals, but 13-14 hours seems like a rather long time, you can see Conrad's body was getting pretty bloated near the end, it was a really hot day.


Probably a union or safety thing that he didn't just clean it up, but it's still kind of hilarious.

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It's kind of odd that he probably spent most of his life digging through garbage, now his permanent resting place is likely the dump.

If that's not heaven I don't know what is.

The city said Conrad was going to be cremated, which pretty much means that they are tossing him in an incinerator with a bunch of other animals.

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