I think Mr and Mrs. Bennett has disappeared from their home on the 'Dyrebakken' Bjerringbro in central Jutland.
It had to Inger Bach true, when she came home to her house one afternoon. With evident tears in her voice she tells about her and her husband's, His Bach, lost pets.
- I am absolutely shattered. I am simply so upset about it, so you do not dream about it. We thought they were in safety. We understand it simply does not, she says to Ekstra Bladet.
Inger Bach has a close relationship with his many pets. Photo: Private
the Theft is reported to the Midt - and Vestjyllands Police, confirming the incident.
- You entered through a door and removed the two kangaroos from a barn. It is the local station, who will assess whether you will put up some pictures out of it. It's a bit special to it is some kangaroos, says vagtchef Jens Claumarch. It is, however, no such right to stop the small kængurutyv.
You believe it is almost not, but this is the third time that the pair get stolen kangaroos. Therefore, Inger Bach also only a prayer.
- I would want to get the two kangaroos back. I hope they are over for those who have taken them, so they jump on a place, " she says, and tells that she has wept much over the lost pet.
This is the last photo taken of I think, Mr and Mrs. Bennett. Photo: Dyrebakken/private
In a posting on Facebook calls, Inger Bach, son of the immediate area to collect the check for his parents.
'It is simply not fair. I'm so furious. My parents do so much for others, and they sit and cry today, so, yes, there are some who have the courage to stand for a collection, it would be fine, as they cannot afford to buy new again.'
Hans and Inger Bach has transformed their home in Bjerringbro to what you without to flash can call a small, private zoo. It contains several different species, but the couple's favorite is their kangaroos.
- We call the site for Dyrebakken, and we do not think that it can be called the second, because we have animals, lives on a hill, and we called Bach to the surname, says Inger Bach, with a confident klukken.
She stands the most to care for the animals, when her husband sitting in a wheelchair and only can use the left hand.
this is The third time that Inger Bach experience to have stolen some of its animals. Photo: Private
despite That, they do both have a lot of work to fit the small sizes, where, among other ways I think, when they are quite small. From time to time invite the aging couple also school classes over the dwelling.
- Now we will get a visit by a teacher on Friday, but I've been completely beside myself today, so I have a little hurry to go and weed, and make ready, so it looks reasonable when they come to visit, she says.
Fortunately, the couple has still two kangaroos back. Hoopla was brought up last year and are often located in the living room and enjoyed myself. They also have a small white babykænguru, called hophans, so the small home is not completely without spring.
Dyrebakken also næsebjørne, Alpacas, donkeys, rabbits, guinea pigs, cats, peacocks, turkeys, svanegæs, løbeænder, however, muscovy ducks, fish, squirrels, and canaries.
As the Inger and His Bach writes on their Facebook page, are all welcome. All of these animals you can visit for just 35 dollars.
If you see a kangaroo jumping around in the middle of jutland, or you get offered kængurusættet Mr and Mrs. bennett from a car trunk, so you need to contact the police on 114 or Inger and His Bach at 2637 8021.
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