We weren't even there and we were cheering, too!
And it sure seems like no one was complaining of the choice of Ben for Batman then!
Check it all out in the video (above) !!!
We guess getting a tattoo of her precious pooch just wasn't enough to keep the sadness away…
She's been paying Floyd tributes in the form of
Jean Taylor is a rancher from Darby, Montana and she was left in shock when 80% of her cattle herd died in a freak accident.
One moment, they were there, and the next… gone.
All it took was a single bolt of lightning.
Apparently during a storm, Jean's cows were crowded under a bunch of crabapple trees on the farm. Then the bolt of lightning struck, killing 45 of her cows!
That's so awful!!
Darin Welker, 36, is an Army vet who suffers from depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
What helps him get by? His 14 pet "therapy ducks" who live in a penned-in area of his backyard, next to a kiddie pool for swimming.
When serving, Welker suffered a major back injury that required surgery in 2012. The V.A. paid for the surgery but wouldn't pay for
We can't even share the video — it's too hard to watch.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission recently shared a picture and information about a rare gopher tortoise that was tortured and ultimately killed by two teenage girls from Orange Park, Florida.
The video posted online showed the two girls dousing the tortoise in alcohol before setting it on fire, and then laughing and screaming as the tortoise tried to run away. They also threw the tortoise down the street and stomped on its shell until it broke and the tortoise died.
When are police officers going to stop killing people’s pets?!
We know that the cops are there to protect us, but sometimes they end up doing more harm than good.
In Salt Lake City, 27-year-old Sean Kendall was called by police to tell him that a police officer trespassed into his backyard and shot his dog Geist. The cop was searching for a lost three-year-old, but still felt the need to enter a private citizen’s home, and shot the dog who lives there in the head.
Sean videoed his arrival at his house, and the officer who murdered the pup wasn’t there, but the men who were seemed anything but apologetic (below).
This is so messed up!
Usually we're totally for the U.S. government, but we cannot abide by what they are doing in this particular case!
Sources are saying that 1,200 dogs who guarded U.S. troops during war have been euthanized by the U.S. military all because they were labeled as “too dangerous” to be adopted by civilians and/or be used in law enforcement.
Also, according to U.S. Air Force reports given to Congress, between 2001 and 2005 alone there have been 16 dogs that were killed because their military usefulness no longer served a purpose.
And out of 2,500 military dogs worldwide,
Satao was a seriously impressive elephant who lived in Tsavo East National park in northern Kenya.
He was one of the last of the great tuskers: genetically unique bull elephants whose tusks are so huge, they can rest them on the ground while standing.
Sadly, Satao was killed by poachers.