BABY SQUIRRELS FOUND ON CONNECTICUT TRAIN TRACKS WITH TAILS 'BRAIDED' TOGETHER IN SUSPECTED ANIMAL ABUSE

A group of baby squirrels abandoned on train tracks in Connecticut and tied together by their tails was not the "squirrel king" phenomenon but rather a bizarre case of animal abuse, an animal hospital said Thursday.

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