Meet Lilica, a Brazilian junk yard dog with the heart of a champion. Why do you ask? Because she endures tremendous pain to help those around her… and by “around her,” I mean 4 miles away. Take a look at this incredible video and see for yourself.
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Is there anything in this world more precious than a silly, giggly baby? The answer to that question is, of course, a firm no. But there is one thing that comes pretty close, and that is a playful kitten! Lucky for us, this video has both of those adorable things.
Watch as baby Winter just can’t stop belly laughing as she watches Mom drag a piece of string around which Oreo, the family kitten, frantically tries to catch.
Baby Winter just can’t contain her happiness as soon as she lays eyes on her fluffy friend. Wiggling around, she is just laughing her adorable little head off!
Face it: it all have strange, stupid thoughts (and mainly while we’re in the shower). After you have one float through your brain, you might just want to slap yourself… but don’t! Those ideas are golden.
Have you ever had a weird epiphany about the natural world around you? It’s one of the best things to think about if you want to feel really strange about this planet you live on.
So get ready to feel weird.
1.) Angelman sounds less intimidating though.
2.) Cream of the crop.
3.) Will we ever know when it is?
4.) So…Splinter was a squirrel?
5.) Where are their clam bikinis?
6.) Wait until the beat drops.
7.) Except they’re real.
8.) That would have been AWESOME. We chose wrong.
9.) Except much less poisonous.
10.) And just as freaky.
11.) Oh brother.
12.) And they probably don’t care either.
13.) This one is a thinker.
14.) Glad they aren’t just as big as T. Rexes.
15.) Poor slugs.
16.) Couldn’t be more true.
17.) Wow, they are putting us to shame.
18.) But it’s TRUE!
19.) I still do.
20.) Don’t eat them though.
…whoa. No matter how stupid these sound, I’m still a little blown away. Now, I’m going to forever call bats “angel rats.”
It’s a common phrase to say, “watch out for the shy ones” or “watch out for the small ones.” It seems the most devious acts can come from the most unlikely places. And you should look no further than Jess, Elmo, and Buster for undeniable proof.
This is Jess, Buster, and Elmo. They’re totally excited to get a treat from their owner.
But they need to be patient.
And then finally, “OK” go for it!
Elmo takes no prisoners. Poor Jess and Buster.
You can also check out the video in all its adorable, mischievous glory:
Fortunately, Jess and Buster got their treats in the end. But lesson learned: watch out for the small ones. Share this adorably devious video with others below.
Those who grew up with McGruff the Crime Dog are reexamining the crime-fighting mascot Friday as the actor who once portrayed him is sentenced to 16 years in prison. NBC News reports:
John Russell Morales, 41, an actor who once played the crime-fighting cartoon bloodhound, has been sentenced to nearly two decades behind bars after pleading guilty to possessing 1,000 marijuana plants and a cache of nearly 30 weapons — including a grenade launcher and thousands of ammunition rounds.
Morales was arrested in 2011 after Galveston, Texas, police and drug-sniffing dogs — real dogs, that is — stopped him for speeding, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Kusin, who later prosecuted the case.
Morales reportedly had a cache of 27 weapons and 9,000 rounds of ammo.
Really upset about McGruff gettin' pinched. I met that dog in Chicago in '92, seemed nice.