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Well, the verdict is in and the possum will drop. Clay Logan, the host of the event, said: "We've got the permit right and now we're legal. We're going to have to start looking for a possum."
"Dogs chase the possum up a tree and we either shake it down, or if it gets up too high, climb up after it." (Got that?)
But the possum didn't come without some strings attached. Judge Baddour and the Wildlife Commission required "upon capture the possum must be evaluated by a licensed veterinarian and its diet should mimic that of a wild possum." Mr. Logan said he would feed it "apples, oranges, and cat food, among other things." ("… among other things" sounds like the only thing a wild possum would regularly eat from that list!)
|The Possum Inn...|
And, Clay Logan really summed up this entire situation well when he said….