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Ohio began requiring owners to register exotic animals after authorities, out of fear for the public's safety, killed nearly 50 of the bears, lions, tigers and other animals that were released by their owner. The law includes one limited exemption — the Massillon school.
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Locals say the tigers are well cared for during their stints as mascot, when they are kept in a cage but in view of spectators. Animal welfare organizations and others have raised safety concerns and questions about how the animals are treated and what happens to them after the football season. A few former Obies were among animals removed this year from an unlicensed Toledo-area sanctuary whose owner said he took in creatures that no one else wanted.
"We could have put this to bed and said 'no,' and that would have been the easy route, but we don't want to do that," president Matt Keller told The (Canton) Repository recently. "We want to keep the program going." Keller didn't respond to messages from The Associated Press.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A high school football team that has featured a tiger cub at games for decades might kick off the season without its beloved mascot because of rules implemented after a suicidal man released dozens of dangerous animals in 2011.
Boosters typically lease a cub called Obie each year to play the mascot of Massillon's Washington High School Tigers, whose rich football tradition includes helping launch the career of Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals founder Paul Brown.
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