Today’s post was brought to my attention by Lawhaha.com. It is an appeal involving the keeping of a squirrel as a family pet, in Pennsylvania, USA.
You can find the whole opinion here, but I’ve selected a few highlights below. This is authentic, by the way, as you will see from the opinion published in the official record. Judge Hudock clearly has a great sense of humo(u)r…
“This appeal revolves around the life and times of Nutkin the squirrel.
Nutkin’s early life was spent in the state of ferrae naturae, in the state of South Carolina, and, as far as we can tell, in a state of contentment. She apparently had plenty of nuts to eat and trees to climb, and her male friends, while not particularly handsome, did have nice personalities. Life was good.