Dan Sauvageau, a developer from Roseville, California, went to find his friends pets but ended up with a lot more than he bargained for. When Sauvageau’s friends had to evacuate Magalia, California on Sunday they were unable to get all of their animals in time. Sauvageau was able to drive the 90 miles to rescue their pets, a donkey, a mastiff puppy, three goats, and a cat.
Today’s unlikely animal friendship features Jack and Diane, two American kids growin’ up in the heartland. Just kidding. They’re a donkey and an emu who are super in love.
Camp Fire is the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California’s history. But, firefighters managed to save two donkeys from the flames. Firefighter Chris Harvey and Sacramento Fire Chief Gary Loesch were driving down Honey Run Road in Paradise, California, on Saturday when they stumbled across two donkeys.
Your daily dose of cute is comin’ in hot on the Blue Heron Farm’s Twitter account. The Texas-based farm has been posting 31-days of puppies in costumes from a stray litter. The farm is currently fostering a stray pooch and her litter until they’re all ready for their fur-ever home.
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.
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.
Tony Alsup’s school bus is making rounds just ahead of Hurricane Florence. And he’s picking up unadoptable, leftover dogs and cats from animal shelters along the way. Alsup’s a trucker from East Tennessee who sort of stumbled into his role as an animal-hero.
Who doesn’t love Jon Stewart? Recently, the former host of The Daily Show helped save two baby goats who had wandered on the New York Subway tracks. Willy and Billy were found on the subway tracks in Brooklyn, New York. @NYCTSubway, New York City’s official subway account, tweeted that the goats were found “roaming along the N line tracks”.
Molly is the mother Theresa of the animal kingdom. The 3-year-old golden retriever works at the Carolina Equine Rescue and Assistance (CERA), a nonprofit dedicated to healing abused horses. One particular horse needed Molly more than most.
Columbo was rescued from a near-death experience by two good samaritans in Georgia. Jarrett Little was out for an average Tuesday bike ride when he came across an injured pup, crawling out of the woods. “They say the odds of winning the lottery are one in a million,” Jarrett Little posted on his Facebook page “This pup was the winner this week.” “We stopped to regroup and he came out of the woods to greet us. He was really thin, ribs showing and had a lot of road rash and a broken leg,” Little told CBS News.