SABATTUS — John W.L. Berry had nothing against the weasel personally. “It was cute,” he said. “But it was in my house.”
The weasel, a pure-white creature with a black-tipped tail, got into Berry’s house early Wednesday, but it was not there long. The ermine was caught and killed by Berry’s cat, Polly, a coon Berry had just taken in from the cold in December.
Meanwhile in New Gloucester, Ellie Fellers was home having supper Friday night when a weasel made its way into her house and introduced itself. Keep reading Mark Laflamme’s story in the Sun Journal.