What in the world is going on with Bruce Jenner?!
In response to these rumors, Kimmy said:
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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."
Her name is Tucker and she's a pretty kitty with a sad face!
Like Grumpy Cat but… well, sad! Her unique look is due to some genetic abnormalities that make her appear sad all the time.
Originally, pet rescue Purrfect Pals was trying to adopt the fuzzy feline, but she's already been scooped up!
We bet someone saw that face and immediately found
Fire crews at Langwarrin in Melbourne, Australia got to save a tiny life recently.
Here's the story:
A koala was hit by a car and took refuge in a tree.
When they went to rescue the little critter…
On August 11th, on the I-10 Freeway in Gulfport, Mississippi, trucker David Fredericksen witnessed a horrific crash after a Lincoln Town Car crashed into an 18-wheeler's gas tank and went up in a fireball.
While his trucking partner Walter Letterman warned David to not try and save anyone, David decided to do so anyway with his fire extinguisher - a decision that ended up being oh-so-right!
Such an amazing service by an amazing woman.
A 45-year-old nurse from Lima, Peru, named Maria Torero makes her money during the day caring for sick humans. But with the help of donations and her own money, she spends her nights taking care of terminally ill cats.
And not one or two sick kitties, but 175 of them! At least that was the number at last count.
These divers don't call themselves Shark Addicts for nothing, and their obsession with the beautiful and scary animals led them to do some serious good deed work!
Cameron Nimmo and Mickey Smith were recently diving in the waters of Jupiter, Florida when they came upon a silky shark that was in some serious pain!