A Tribute To Man’s Best Friend – Caveman Circus
Playboy Model Dead of Stroke at 34 – Newser
The 5 Creepiest Foreign Versions of Disney Fairy Tales – Linkiest
Woman Crashes Her Own Funeral After Husband Paid To Have Her Killed – Quirly Cues
25 Photos That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity – Star Pulse
This Guy Lived In An IKEA Store For Two Days Without Being Caught. Here’s How He Did It – Slip Talk
4 Unique Ways to Let Go and Get Over Failure – Marc And Angel
Banned Navy Seal Flashlight Now Finally Available to the Public! – Protection Tips
20 Child Stars Destroyed By Fame – Box Office Scoop
Living Out of a Van is the New American Dream – VICE
Playboy’s First Non-Nude Issue Features Sarah McDaniel on the Cover – The Blemish
This guy bit through an entire coconut with just his teeth! – Tosh
Hillary Duff looking good in a bikini – G-Celeb
Creative shopping bags that are better than the average bear (28 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
I spent only $2 a day on food for a month — here are the 9 foods I bought to get the most for my money – Business Insider
Automakers in the age of extinction – The Verge
Rescued hens kept warm by knitted jackets
The twins were born three months prematurely and Peder did not get enough oxygen during the birth. As a consequence he suffers from severe cerebral palsy, is bound to a wheelchair and requires 24 hour assistance.
Peder quickly decided not to let his handicap dictate his life or limit his opportunities. The brothers have long shared a dream of completing a full Ironman race together.
Smiling 17-Year-Old Dog Gets Adopted – And Is ‘The Best Gift Ever’ For His New Mom – Bark Post
Feed Your Brain With These 15 Fascinating Facts – Caveman Circus
Here Are 23 Scary Signs That You’re Very Close To Becoming An Adult – Slip Talk
More Children Than Adults Can Figure Out Which Way This School Bus Is Going – Quirly Cues
10 People Reveal The Most Awkward Conversations They’ve Had With Their Parents – Linkiest
This Profound Tumblr Post Explains Why ’90s Kids Are Endlessly Obsessed With The ’90s – Thought Catalog
20 Rare Dog Breeds That You Have Never Heard Of – Dog Notebook
This Simpsons Search Engine Is Amazing – Newser
10 Rock Songs Painted by a Woman Who Sees Music – Heavy Metal
Here’s Why the 8-Hour Workday Doesn’t Work – Entrepreneur
I Wonder How Many Bananas Amber Rose Has Eaten? – G-Celeb
Abby Champion Rocks a Bikini in Miami – The Blemish
25 Gorgeous Female Celebrities Who Are Bisexual – JellyShare
When a husband’s best efforts go completely wrong (17 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
To pet owners that have to put your baby down; stay there with them! As much as it’ll hurt you to see them go, it’ll give them a sense of comfort, and perhaps you a sense of closure. I worked at a clinic, not as a vet, but as an assistant. Sometimes, I had to hold them as the final shot was given, and it would kill me a little every time I saw owners walk out of the room, while their baby lay there on the table looking for its parents, confused, and in some cases freaking out.
A few owners stayed and actually held them as it happened, those pets remained the calmest and looked the most peaceful. As the voice of their master whispered “it’s going to be ok” into their ears and they got scratched in their favorite spot, they mustered the energy to give that final purr, or that last lick to the face. Their glistening eyes, still full of life, telling their sobbing parents everything they wanted to say, everything you needed to hear, without a single bark or meow – even if your little guy was one of those that loved to wake the family up at 4 in the morning.
Once a mother, always a mother—and the same goes for canines, too.
Maggie, a dog who was staying at Barker’s Pet Motel & Grooming in Canada, recently went into mommy-mode when she heard two foster puppies crying at the center. In the middle of the night, she snuck out of her kennel, and went room to room, looking for the crying pups.
When she found their kennel, she sat outside of it, hoping to comfort them. When staffer Sandy Aldred spotted Maggie through on the security camera, she went to check on her.
As seen in the security footage below, Maggie got up and led Sandy to the babies’ kennel as if asking her to let her in. Sandy did, and Maggie and the pups spent all night cuddling together.
It seems that Maggie, whose own litter of pups had recently been adopted, needed the puppy love, and the foster pooches needed her. “We’ve never really seen it before, where a dog sneaks out to some puppies and is so excited to see them,” said Sandy’s son, Alex, to ABC News.
The Exact Moment When Someones Day Changes From Good To Bad – Caveman Circus
Some GENIUS Created A Fast Casual Restaurant That Serves Sushi Burritos – Quirly Cues
He Could Have Got Arrested For Doing This. But I Think It Was TOTALLY Worth It – Slip Talk
10 Little-Known But Extremely Terrifying Nazi Doctors – Linkiest
If You Have Gas, Bloating, Constipation or an Upset Stomach Please Watch This – Probiotic America
NFL’s 20 Richest Players Of All-Time – FanSided
Sarcastic Moms Put A More Honest Spin on Parenting Stock Photos (23 Photos) – Radass
20 South Park Facts You Can Tell People at Parties – TV Overmind
What Airplane Food Is Like In Economy Vs. First Class On 20 Airlines – Buzzfeed
A Mysterious Sniper Is Taking Out ISIS Commanders – Maxim
17 Oscar Nominated Movies You Can Stream Right Now – Wired
Ronda Rousey Wearing Nothing But Paint for Sports Illustrated – G-Celeb
People Share Their Most Hilarious Run-Ins With the Police – The Blemish
Classic Fails (50 Pics) – Regretful Morning
Pets who mastered the art of power napping (29 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
12 Dining Table Comparisons Between The World’s Rich and Poor – Wild Ammo
These sad and captivating photos tell the story of a Zoo like so many others. German photographer Elias Hassos perfectly captures the sadness of animals living in small cages – the boredom of spending every day of their entire life in the same spot and never knowing the feeling of freedom. The photos were published in German Greenpeace Magazine together with an article on the changing concept of zoos and their necessity.
For centuries, we’ve imprisoned animals in small cages just for our entertainment. Nowadays, more and more visitors feel compassion for caged animals – behavioral scientists criticize concrete enclosures and artificial light while radical animal rights activists call for an end to “life imprisonment.”