Kelly Osbourne is signing off!
The Fashion Police co-host gave E! her walking papers today.
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We hope this isn't true, but if it is — justice needs to be served!
Nestle Purina PetCare Company is facing a class action lawsuit filed by a man named Frank Lucido who alleges the company's Beneful dry kibble food is the reason for thousands of dogs dying or becoming ill!
The lawsuit was filed in California federal court and it came about after three dogs Mr. Lucido owned in three different houses all became sick with the same symptoms. When one of the dogs died, an autopsy revealed the dog had been poisoned!
And the only constant between the three dogs was the Purina dog food they were eating. The other two dogs remain under veterinary care.
The lawyer for this grieving client took on the case after finding 3,000 similar complaints online!
Here's what the lawyer representing Mr. Lucido said:
Judge was a police K-9, who worked out of the West Deptford Police Department.
He's a retired working dog and a real hero. Sadly, he's also dying, suffering from complications from Cushings Disease.
His handler, Cpl. Michael Franks, said:
"Judge and I had such overwhelming and positive support that day. Though Judge was extremely lethargic and could barely walk the days before the ceremony, he was able to bite onto his favorite protective decoy arm sleeve used in training and carry it into the hospital."
That is the cutest, most tear-jerkiest thing we've ever heard.
Not only did police line the streets to salute the K-9 as he walked past, the whole staff of the animal hospital
Her name is Miss P, she's a beagle, and she's got a real reason to celebrate…
Because she's the beagle who just won the 2015 Westminster Dog Show!
The 4-year-old pooch took top honors at the 139th annual event in New York. Her handler William Alexander must've been so proud!!
Her full "registration name" (these tend to be long and unique) is
This Super Bowl won't be having this commercial!
GoDaddy has pulled an ad from the big game after a number of critics complained about the fact that the commercial seems to be OK with people who have puppy mills and support other "inhumane breeding" practices.
The short commercial featured a lost puppy finding its way home only to discover its owner sold the pup on a GoDaddy website.
And the pup is then driven away by none other than Danica Patrick!
But the backlash must've been pretty huge because the commercial has already been
This is so crazy and just pure awful!
In Wise County, in Northern Texas, at least 40 dogs have mysteriously vanished over several weeks and no one knows why.
Dozens of area residents have reported their dogs had disappeared from their yards and porches all across the county.
The worst part is the police have almost nothing to go on!
There's no physical evidence and the only clue is a suspicious car that was reported in the vicinity of one of the dog disappearances.
But there's no suspect description or even any details about the vehicle.
David Walker, a local sheriff, said: