RENFREW — There have been reports of people pulling their cars off Meridian Road to get a better look at the strange creature cavorting in a pasture.
But it's not Bigfoot or a chupacabra that's stopping traffic in front of Kathy Kummer's farm.
It's Zeus, the 2-year-old zonkey, the product of a mating between a female donkey and a male zebra.
Zeus' arrival at Kummer's farm, the Lazy K Acres, is the culmination of a dream of Kummer's daughter, Audra Bowers of Fox Chapel. She grew up on the farm with her sisters.
“As a child, my daughter always asked for a zebra. When they started breeding zonkeys, she found one and bought it,” Kummer said.
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