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Jane Kaczmarek Brings A Lamb To The Wendy Williams Show!

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But to promote a very important cause!

Check out Jane Kaczmarek's appearance on The Wendy Williams Show, on which she brings along Eli the lamb to inform the television personality - and everyone watching about the Heifer International organization (above)!

According to their mission statement:

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Save The Wolves, Idaho!

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In a terrible turn of events, Idaho removed Northern Rockie wolves from their endangered species list.

The decision could mean a mass killing of these majestic creatures, considering that hunters will be allowed to conduct aerial hunts of the animals that could obliterate hundreds of packs at once.

The reason for the change came about when people in the area complained that the wolves were threatening their livestock and wanted the government to step in to help. This is what they chose to do.

Very sad. These poor creatures. Hopefully, the worst won't happen to them. Here's hoping.

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Rosie Huntington-Whitely Eats Her Pets

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Yummy!

She is on the brink of Hollywood stardom but Rosie Huntington-Whitely just wants to breed pigs

Most Hollywood stars dream of Oscar glory but stunning Rosie Huntington-Whiteley just wants to breed pigs.

The 24-year-old Transformers 3 actress, who grew up on a pig farm in Devon (UK), put her three-bedroom home in the Hollywood Hills on the market last week for $2.8 million and now she is looking to buy a bigger property.

According to a close friend:

"Rosie is desperate to find a place with lots of land. She wants to rear livestock and is used to breeding chickens and pigs. She is more than capable of rearing them and has no problem with eating them for dinner."

Vicious. But we kinda like it.

[Image via Ramey Pix.]

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Reviling Documentary Causes Australian Cattle Industry To Change It's Ways

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Props to undercover film makers!

An Australia has moved to halt the supply of live cattle to three Indonesian abattoirs after a documentary Monday revealed evidence of cruelty against animals shipped there for slaughter.

The documentary, A Bloody Business, has footage of cattle suffering, including having their eyes gouged, tails broken and throats hacked in four slaughterhouses in Indonesia.

After viewing the footage, the Australian livestock export industry body LiveCorp said it had asked the Indonesian industry to stop supplying Australian cattle to three of these facilities.

Viewers of the documentary described the scenes as horrific, disgusting, shocking and unbearable to watch.

There are some clips from the documentary in the video above. We only suggest watching it if you have a strong stomach.

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Runaway Bull Goes Dress Shopping

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Runaway Bull Goes Dress Shopping

This is why you never let your livestock watch Sex and the City!

After a truck hauling a number of cows flipped over on the highway, the cows took the only chance they had to make a life in the big city.

One ran about a mile into the Brazilian town. It broke through the back door of a dress shop and ended up standing behind the shop window (probs to show off).

The salesman in the shop ran and hid in the bathroom at the start of the commotion.

After about an hour, five cowboys arrived to get the cow out of the shop.

The cow broke through the shop window and the chase was on.

It was roped and the salesman was able to come out of the bathroom.

Two other cows that survived the crash had already been rounded up. We're guessing they were trying to get into a trendy bar.

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Florida Has Outlawed Sex Entirely

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Florida's Bestiality Law May Have Outlawed Sex Entirely

Cancel your trip to Disney World!

Earlier this week we were pleased to announce that Florida finally passed an law outlawing bestiality.

But today we have some really sad news for FL residents.

The law's wording has basically outlawed sex entirely!

It states:

An act relating to sexual activities involving animals; creating s. 828.126, F.S.; providing definitions; prohibiting knowing sexual conduct or sexual contact with an animal; prohibiting specified related activities; providing penalties; providing that the act does not apply to certain husbandry, conformation judging, and veterinary practices; providing an effective date.

So if you’re living in Florida on October 1, 2011 and would like to have sexual intercourse with a consenting adult, please check with your veterinarian or local livestock breeder first to make sure you abide by "accepted animal husbandry practices, conformation judging practices, or accepted veterinary medical practices.”

[Image via WENN.]

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Animals Rescued From Neglect, Suspect Arrested!

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And when we say neglected, we mean he must have downright abandoned them because several were found dead on his property!

Police arrested 33-year-old Daniel Miller on Tuesday night for animal neglect and abuse. When deputies searched the property the next morning, they found a number of dogs, cats, livestock, pigs, and cattle that were suffering from a number of health and nutrition issues.

According to their report, eleven head of cattle appeared to be suffering from malnutrition and dehydration, as well as six pigs. There also was a report that several animals were found dead and frozen in the property's barn!

Horrible. Simply and unequivocally horrible!

We hope he was punished to the full extent of the law.

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