The following was written by Carrie Cramer (pictured above), Zoo Owner, My Life Is a Zoo:
“One of the things people ask about the most is what it must be like living at our house. Well it’s a zoo inside and out. The house is not a typical house by any means. Our animals are our family and we raise most of the young critters in the house with us. The animals are kind enough to let us live with them is how we like to put it. Through out the year you will find the typical dogs and cats like most homes, but our house also has a few unusual members living in it too. Most of the house has been taken over by nursery critters’ cribs. This winter we have an otter (Amaree), two baby bobcats (Misti and Little Z), a baby spider monkey (Gracie), baby capuchin (Charels), young spider monkey (Gunner), young Bonnet Macaque (Gus), and our home became a place for them to live through the winter. It is home to four Parrots, a Porcupine, a Lanner Falcon, and several rescue cats. The bathroom is home to our baby Roo’s for the winter. We have a Red Kangaroo (Irwin) and a Dama Wallaby (Wallie). The rescue dogs all sleep downstairs in the basement where the have their own beds. And this is just our house, you should see our big back yard! “
New Series My Life Is a Zoo premieres Monday, January 24 at 10 PM et/pt on Nat Geo Wild!