Betsey Reyes’ dog, Princess, pretends to be a stray so she can score McDonald’s burgers. The Oklahoma woman got fed up with her ‘gold-diggin’ dog and called her out on Facebook. Apparently, Princess would sneak out at night, pretend to be a stray, and beg for burgers outside of McDonald’s.
Have we found the ultimate Good Boy? Binx, an energetic, lovable 1-year-old stray dog was adopted but returned for being “too good”. He was found wandering the desert by animal-loving hikers who spent a month trying to find his original family.
What happens when your doggo tries to eat a spicy sky raisin? Hilarity.
America’s sweetheart, Taylor Swift, shares her name with a 1-year-old Eastern bongo living at the Sacramento Zoo. The bongo, which is a type of antelope, was able to escape her enclosure. While the whole incident only lasted 15 minutes thanks to the Sacramento Zoo staff’s quick action, it gained national attention.
Pete Davidson, SNL cast member and fiancé to Ariana Grande, has gotten a new tattoo in honour of their pet piglet, Piggy Smallz. Davidson got engaged to Grande last June, following a whirlwind romance of about a month. While their dating history is pretty short, Davidson’s got some tattoos that will last forever.
PETA honours dreamboat Bradley Cooper for casting his pooch Charlie in his upcoming film A Star is Born. Cooper, 43, plays Jackson Maine alongside costar Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta aka Lady Gaga who plays Ally in A Star is Born. He cast his own labradoodle for the role of Charlie, the couple’s beloved dog. “There was no nepotism.
Two men in San Diego were charged over a million dollars for their black market sea cucumber smuggling ring. David Mayorquin and his father, Ramon Torres Mayorquin, were named in a 26-count federal indictment filed last year. From 2010 to 2012, they smuggled $17 million worth of sea cucumbers from Mexico to Asia.
Pablo Escobar may be long gone, but his hippos live on. The Colombian drug-lord was shot in 1993, leaving the government to take control of his northwestern Colombian estate. That estate included four of Escobar’s favourite hippopotamuses.
As part of a launch event for GoPro’s HERO7 camera, filmmaker Taiyo Masuda caught an incredibly funny freak event on camera. Musada’s friend and fellow kayaker Kyle Mulinder was slapped in the face with a live octopus by a seal. The friends were on a kayaking trip off the coast of New Zealand when it happened.
Some rescue missions are better than others. The coast guard rescued 10 beagles and four pit bulls from Hurricane Florence. Check out the video below posted by USA Today: Josephine Horne’s rescue almost had a tragic ending.