Well, well what do we have here?!
But just WHO is the hunky mystery beau?!
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
ZOMG. The feels. All of the feels.
The photo above is of a Holland zoo worker named Mario saying one final goodbye to the giraffes that he spent his entire life caring for!
Mario, 54, has terminal cancer and doctors expect him to live for only a few more weeks.
But before he passes,
Guess this Guns 'N' Roses doesn't have any Patience for animal murder!
Axl Rose, master of all that is rock n' roll, has written an open letter regarding the Great Danish Giraffe Slaughter of 2014.
By that, we mean he's weighing in on the controversy surrounding the death and dismemberment of Marius the giraffe from Copenhagan Zoo.
He released a series of tweets, poking fun at the ridiculous giraffe murder, saying things like:
Ever since word got out that a second giraffe, who shares the same name as a previously murdered giraffe, was possibly going to be killed at a Danish zoo, people started going nuts.
All sorts of offers to save him started flooding in, along with threats and petitions to not kill the beautiful creature.
Jyllands Park Zoo, current host of Marius the giraffe (the living one), assured everyone that unless a female giraffe was brought in for breeding purposes, Marius would be safe.
But that still means if a female giraffe shows up, they're gonna kill the hell outta Marius.
Thankfully, the Chechen President, Ramzan Kadyrov, has offered to save the giraffe, saying:
Remember when the Copenhagen Zoo killed the sh*t out of a healthy giraffe named Marius and then dismembered him in front of children?
Well the Danish are at it again!
A second zoo in Denmark, Jyllands Park Zoo, might have to euthanize one of their male giraffes!
After all the controversy over the first killing,