Recently a dead fox was in the middle of the roadway here in Samoa on Rideout St. I saw a Humboldt Sheriff's car near the entrance of Samoa and stopped and asked a lady sheriff if she has seen the fox in the road. She said that was not her jurisdiction and that I should call county roads. It was a Sunday so I knew that would be fruitless.
Shouldn't a county sheriff be looking out for the health and well being of the people? I was going to call some animal agencies to see who should be removing the animal and walked out to the spot it was laying and it was gone! Either someone in Samoa took it away or some agency was contacted. Who should take care of dead animal removal? And where does the agency responsible dispose of these type of animals?
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