He did not know what type but called them 'medium sized' and said one was 13-years-old and the other just a couple of years old.
Before calling police, he thought he would broach it with the girl's father who revealed he knew about the dog sex and said he was trying to gain custody of her 11-month-old son because he felt his daughter was not a good parent.
Other counties in the state grant employees a day of personal leave in lieu of Mardi Gras.
The mystic societies are organizations, similar to krewes in New Orleans, that present parades, masked balls, and activities for the enjoyment of its members, guests, and the public.
The mystic societies build colorful Carnival floats and parade throughout downtown Mobile during the Carnival season with masked society members tossing small gifts, known as "throws", to the parade spectators.
In 1866 Joe Cain revived the Mardi Gras parades by portraying a fictional Chickasaw chief named Slacabamorinico while parading in costume through the city streets on Fat Tuesday.
He celebrated the day in front of Union Army occupation troops.
The name means the People's City or City of the People.