We waited to report this story to avoid disrupting the sleep of our readers. At 3:00 in the morning on Tuesday, January 24, the main storage facility of a popular pet store chain in South America experienced a unique catastrophe. The alarm blared as a tribe of monkeys broke through the window and starting eating all the dog and cat food. Security cameras caught the full event, but nobody was at the storage compound or the security office to report the incident.
This event will cost the pet store chain approximately 250,000 United States dollars, and it will create a major food shortage at most of their locations across the continent. “We apologize to our customers for the lack of brands that will be available on our shelves,” said the company’s director of customer service operations.
While an event like this is rare, monkey sightings in towns near the Amazon…
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