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The celeb-filled benefit, held at the Wilshire Country Club, helped raise awareness and funds for the organization, Dogs for the Deaf, which helps rescue and professionally train dogs to be able to help deaf people.
Watch the vid (above) to hear Randall HIGHlariously narrate the event and hear Betty's impassioned speech!
There's nothing like the help and companionship of a rescue pooch!
The Johannesburg Zoo has been trying to think of ways to get people more interested in their animals.
So they decided to get involved in social media, but they didn't want to hire an expensive team of experts or anything.
What did they do to solve this problem?
They hired their honey badger, named BG, to live tweet about what he was doing throughout the day.
He lives in a special enclosure that has motion sensors that trigger tweets about whatever BG is specifically doing at that moment!
It's such an AH-mazing idea, why didn't we think of it with Teddy Hilton? Oh, wait we did! LOLz! JK!
Check out the video (above) to meet BG the live tweeting badger!!
A country road in Leicestershire, England has collapsed and officials are blaming it on some naughty badgers.
The badgers burrowed underneath the road, causing two giant craters to form. The road will be shut down for at least three weeks as highway engineers begin to fix the nearly impassable road.
The good news is that while the county wants the road back ASAP, they will do their best to not disturb the badgers' habitat.
See, everyone wins….except people with cars! LOLz!
England wants to cull the badger population in the country but Queen guitarist Brian May has other ideas.
The musician has launched the Team Badger campaign in the heart of one of London's busiest streets.
Badgers in the UK aren't just digging up the cemetery… they're digging up bodies!
They've tunneled under coffins and brought bones and human remains up to the surface.
The cemetery has been around since 1881 and is the final resting place to over 33,000 people.
Because the badgers are literally bringing up bones, this is creating a very uncomfortable situation for the relatives of those buried there.
That's so awful.
A cemetery worker said: