TOLEDO, Ohio Ohio, A man who is against the state for the return of his tigers and other exotic animals will be allowed to see a number of them.
A member state, the court of appeal says Kenny Hetrick and his veterinarian will be permitted to examine the animals that were sent to a South Dakota sanctuary then, through neglect, were sent to a Colorado sanctuary.
The court is telling the state to arrange the visit as soon as possible.
Ohio took custody of 11 animals, of Hetrick’s along the road sanctuary near Toledo in January 2015 after officials say he ignored warnings about the need of a permit.
Hetrick has gone to the judge that the animals be returned.
A judge in November ordered the animals be brought back to Ohio, but later held that the decision in the wait.