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We previously mentioned that some sicko went to a Foster Farms shed near Fresno, California, and murdered a ton of chickens.
Like, a literal ton. As in they legit killed over 900 chickens. With a golf club.
Thankfully, the cops have arrested their suspect. Or, actually, SUSPECTS.
Some Terrible Person Killed Almost A Thousand Chickens With A Golf Club And Police Have No Idea Who Did It
We hope they find this sick person!
On September 19th, at a Foster Farms shed near Fresno, California, an unknown person entered the chicken facility and began swinging and hitting the chickens that live there.
The person ended up killing over 900 chickens, and the people assigned to the case at the Fresno County Sheriff's Ag Unit have NO idea who did this awful crime!
Here's what Deputy Chris Curtice said:
Space exploration is a dangerous game.
Sure, it'd be safer to never leave our homes and just keep our feet firmly on planet earth — but then progress would never happen.
Five brave Russian sex lizards have given their lives in the name of progress. They're the sex geckos that were lost in space.
JURASSIC PARK WAS RIGHT!
And Coeur d'Alene, Idaho might have a bit of a terrifying problem…
Murderous, super intelligent owls!!
Don and Sue Sausser experienced this horror firsthand when an owl flew through the open sliding glass door of their 10th-story apartment!
The murderous owl apparently flew in, went for their bird cage of canaries and actually got one!
But wait… how'd it get one of their canaries if they were locked safely inside their cage??
The Definition Of Cat Lady Doesn't Have To Be Bad: A Peruvian Nurse Cares For 175 Sick Cats From Her Apartment — And Here's Why
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.
The love for this man knows no boundaries.
Back in 2001, Robin Williams met Koko, a 43-year-old gorilla, and the two had a close encounter that left them both deeply moved.
Well, when the Gorilla Foundation in Northern California received the news of the actor's death earlier this week… Koko picked up on what happened and her reaction is incredibly heartbreaking.
One Of Robin Williams' Last Public Appearances Was At The San Francisco Zoo To Visit This Very Special Animal!
Robin Williams was a huge animal lover. If we find any more reasons to love this guy we'll never stop crying.
We're trying to ease the pain by celebrating his life and all the wonderful things about him that make him so… well, wonderful!
Like his love of animals!
Robin was a huge fan of animals, so much that the San Francisco Zoo totally named a monkey after him!!
They were obviously super sad about losing him, so they released a statement: