Reptiles, tortoises, bugs and small exotic animals were stored in heated trailers. The trailers were very crowded with site visitors and also the boxes that contains creatures around the trailer floor appeared to be started a great deal. Tortoises were noticed in plastic boxes without any or limited air holes. All of the exotic animals appeared to be looked after by their proprietors, who have been observed feeding and watering their creatures. The bigger creatures for example bison, water zoysia, camels and deer were stored within the primary barn from the auction. These had use of water and food. No injuries were observed. No large felines, bears, apes, baby wolves or foxes were present in the purchase. While enhancements were noted in comparison to last year’s purchase, the auction still must pay closer focus on the wild birds and be sure proper housing and continuous use of water and food. Animals’ Angels will share these bits of information with auction management.