Colorado’s Wild Animal Sanctuary Suing Over Alleged Fraudulent Deal
In Keenesburg, Colorado sits the beloved Wild Animal Sanctuary where you'll find over 500 wolves, lions, tigers and bears, oh my.
As reported by Times Call, last year the sanctuary purchased a used $165,000 rig to drill post holes, for a fence, around 20 inches wide and seven feet deep.
The drill was purchased on borrowed funds and now the sanctuary is struggling as the drill is allegedly faulty.
The sanctuary claims that the global infrastructure engineering and construction firm, Black & Veatch Inc., said the rig would dig 80 feet deep, but in reality it doesn't even dig seven feet.
The Wild Animal Sanctuary filed a lawsuit this week in the U.S. District Court of Denver, according to Times Call.
The Wild Animal Sanctuary is an all-volunteer staff and has been in business since 1994.
You can donate to the animal sanctuary here.
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