Land-locked, NO Tours, and the TRUTH About WHY

Being land-locked here at Crazy Critters on November 12, 2020, was really difficult to understand. We reached out to the Lake County Sheriffs’ office for help on this day in hopes of finding support because when we asked the people to hold off erecting a fence across our entrance and exit they threatened us with harm.

Here is our post from November…

We requested them to ask these people to wait before they blocked our safe entrance since we had hired attorneys to resolve the situation. BOTH parties had retained attorney’s in order to come to some sort of term agreeable to all parties and those attorneys had already spoken and began negotiating.

Confused until now, Ken breaks down the entire thing here in this video.

In Florida, a fence can be considered a nuisance if its construction was motivated by malice, rather than a legitimate purpose such as preventing trespassing or vandalism.

According to NOLO… Spite fences are fences constructed purely to annoy a neighbor. They’re usually tall, ugly, or both. Spite fences are typically metal or wood, but they can also be made up of trees or shrubs.

Talk about nuisance… now their monstrosity of a SPITE FENCE has fallen onto our brand new perimeter fence!

We share in a Facebook post…

With all of the drama and the fact the facility is still land-locked here in the end of January 2021, we have zero tours scheduled and you can see in the video just how inconvenient it is for us all.

In fact, we can not even bring in large bales of hay for the animals other than two or three sting so we are having extra expenses. Added, we could not get our order of telephone poles delivered that we need to continue to build tortoise yards for the large sulcatas here at the facility.

Please consider coming out to the plant sale fundraiser to ensure the growth of the animal facility. We need all the money we can raise in case we have to pay the attorney more money to help resolve this issue. This is on top of the normal reasons we already host plant sales, like power costs, diets, and enrichment programs.

The Crazy Plants Nursery is a small greenhouse located at 22919 County Road 44a in Eustis, Florida., constructed to raise funds for Crazy Critters Inc.

Hours of operation are Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and every second and fourth Saturday from 10 am – 3 pm.

2″ Succulents and Cactus $1.75
3″ Succulents and Cactus $2.50
4″ Succulents and Cactus $3.50
Carnivorous Plants $4 up
Edible Plants $3.50 up
Hanging Plants $9 up
Prayer Plants $7 up
Misc. Plants $4 up
Ferns $10 up
Hoya $5 up

Cash Only
No Discounts
Licensed Nursery
High-Quality Plants
Sales Tax Is Included
We Do Not Ship Plants
We Can Not Hold Plants
Wholesale Prices To All!
Located in Eustis, Florida
Prices Subject To Change
Pick-up and Pick-out Only
Proceeds To Great Cause!
Owner Operated Small Business!
Specialize In Rare and Edible Plants!


Crazy Critters Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization established to provide non-domestic, non-releasable animals with a safe and permanent home. The sanctuary has helped animals that include reptiles, birds, and assorted wildlife.

Crazy Critters Inc. is a self-funded organization that serves as an FWC Amnesty location for some species of animals. Our programs help with the invasive species issues in Florida while we work on our application to do native rehabilitation for release.

The animal facility is not open to the public. Instead, hosting private educational events and using social media to share the facility build and news.

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