Meet Lazarus the wonder dog!!
Life can throw all sorts of death at him, but he just won't give up. He's survived near fatal heartworms, a car accident, and an even an attempt to euthanize him!!
Lazarus ended up in an Alabama dog shelter after being hit by a car. His owner was moving and no longer able to care for the pup, so they just left him there at the shelter. Poor pup!
The shelter tried to get Lazarus adopted but no one was interested, so less than a month later, a vet came to the shelter and lethally injected him. Normally, this sad story would end here. But not for Lazarus.
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:
Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder are probably the perfect couple.
A relationship is so much stronger when there are shared passions and interests and those two have one big one:
They both absolutely adore animals and we think that's just the bees knees. When Nikki was stopped after a recent event and asked what she was doing, she said:
In Tulare County, California, a stray dog was picked up alongside a rural road.
Sounds like a pretty normal, boring story… oh, but did we mention that dog just happened to have TWO NOSES??
The stray pup was brought to a South Valley animal shelter where employees will
Felicity, the pit-bull mix, has had a really tough time.
She was found last month in Lexington, Kentucky, tied to a fence, and was taken in by the Lexington Humane Society.
Sadly, this little pup had the word "f*ck" chemically burned into her!!
Bretange (pronounced like "Britney") is a real American hero dog!
She's a 15-year-old golden retriever, and she's believed to be the last living 9/11 search and rescue dog.
Bretange and her owner, Denise Corliss, went on their first deployment 13 years ago today: to ground zero of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The most tear jerky thing isn't the search work that Bretange did at ground zero, though.
It was the
This is so incredible! Humans rule!
A young black bear had been sighted by several people around Western Pennsylvania with a "bucket" stuck on its head.
He had been hanging around the area for so long that people even took to calling him "Bucket Bear."