Good thing this vet knew what to do!
And who knew vodka could actually save a life!
Missey is a four month old kitten who had a terrifying experience outside of her owner's home in Redcar, England.
The owners of the kitty are Paul Stephenson and his 27-year-old daughter Sara and Sara was attacked with Missey last week in front of their house by a group of thugs.
The gang covered the cat in antifreeze, and even though Missey was given a bath - she started showing signs she was seriously ill the next day!
When they took the cat to the vet they were shocked to discover that one effective treatment for the kitty would be to hook it up to an IV and drip alcohol into its system! At the end of the treatment - the cat had gotten a half of liter of a bottle of 37.9 percent vodka.
And the treatment totally worked!
Here's what Sara the owner said
We LOVE this!
A puppy named Hazel and a hedgehog named Prickle recently went for a quick dip in their ultra cute mini pool a few weeks ago, and it made YouTube a better place!
In the super short, super sweet movie we see these two
This is just so sweet.
There are few things scarier than when a pet runs away.
It's all about the unknowns, not knowing where they are, if they're injured, if you'll ever find them again… it's just awful.
So you can imagine the relief these kids felt when they were reunited with their missing cat!
Hilary Swank is a real hero to rescue dogs everywhere.
This Thanksgiving night, Hilary is going to host a star-studded special and it's all about doggies!
It's called The Great American Dog-a-Thon and the whole event is about raising awareness for homeless dogs and even giving viewers a chance to adopt animals.
The Fox special will have musical guests and awards and some seriously famous faces!
If you live in Australia, there's a good chance you've seen a kangaroo in the wild.
But that doesn't make it any less of a sight when two of the beasts make their way into a suburban neighborhood.
They're so majestic, like giant deer, but made of pure muscle, with huge, thick tails and sharp claws.
And they use those assets to mess up rival kangaroos during mating season, apparently!
An experiment was set up in the woods one day to test a new invention:
The electrified deer carcass!
Wait… what?? Yeah… it was electrified "to protect hunters' game kills and, in turn, to minimize bear-human encounters."
Well, we guess that's one way to do it.
Unless you run across a smart, determined bear like the one in this vid!!
Firefighters in Lacey, Washington responded to a mobile home fire late last week.
The crew was skilled and got the blaze under control pretty quickly, but that's when they spotted a family of hamsters!
They quickly got Oreo, Madonna, and their three babies outside.
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The firefighters busted out their "pet emergency pocket guides" and got to work treating the little hamsters with oxygen and first aid.
The fire department later tweeted: