From the Star Tribune in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota:

A judge’s recent decision may force a controversial Dakota County petting zoo to become far less feral.

The yearslong battle between Eureka Township and Fur-Ever Wild, a “fur farm” featuring exotic animals such as wolves, bobcats and foxes, was resolved — for now — when District Judge Karen Asphaug ruled last week that its owner could keep one wolf rather than the dozen-plus that owner Teresa Petter admits to having.

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