09:55 AM EDT 05/28/2015
Animals & Pets
Originally posted 05/20/2015 05:35PM
Lilly was heartbroken.
She'd given birth to a beautiful foal, only to say goodbye to it 24 hours later. Sadly, the horse's baby had to be put to sleep following complications after birth.
Lilly's owner, breeder Polly Jackson of Nottingham, England, took to social media to help her grieving animal in the best way she knew how.
Originally posted 05/19/2015 05:00PM
Are you a resident of the Los Angeles area with a pool and a deep love for dogs? If so, you could make one senior canine's summer.
Originally posted 05/19/2015 04:30PM
When an EF-3 tornado ripped through Van, Texas, and flipped Andy and Brandi Bouchillon's truck, they assumed they'd never see their beloved dog, Tater, again. While they were rushed to the hospital with their baby, who was also in the truck during the debilitating crash, Tater ran off. (Luckily the family was not injured.)
Originally posted 05/19/2015 04:25PM
Thanks to 9-year-old Alana Thogerson, many sea lion babies have full bellies right now.
The plucky Virginia girl has raised more than $1,600 to feed thousands of starving and stranded sea lions who've been popping up along beaches in Southern California.
Originally posted 05/19/2015 01:25PM
Are you the kind of pet owner who thinks your dog would be smart enough to speak English if only you had the time and patience to teach him?
Originally posted 05/19/2015 10:00AM
Ryan Reynolds likes to kiss and tell. And this time, he's reflecting on a smooch from a stranger – well, a giraffe – at a wildlife park.
Originally posted 05/19/2015 12:25AM
[YOUTUBE "zz13zupz9DA"] Anthony Kiedis wears bear ears. Moby strums a mournful bear song. Duff McKagan wonders if his bear mask would be a hot new look. And Steve-O just wants to jam with Justin Bieber.
Originally posted 05/18/2015 07:40PM
How is the weather where you are? Too windy? Too wet? Too cold? Well, unless you live in Goulburn, a city in New South Wales, Australia, you don't have to deal with the very unusual phenomenon of spider rain.
Originally posted 05/15/2015 03:50PM
Emirates Airline has banned the transport of hunting "trophies" from its SkyCargo.
According to National Geographic, the airline will no longer allow passengers to bring lions, tigers elephants, rhinos and other wild animals killed through hunting onto their planes, a spokesperson said.
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