Tuesday, July 26, 2016

intruder

A family in Australia got quite a surprise.  There was an intruder in their house and what they found was a 5 1/2 foot crocodile in their bathroom.  It wasn't doing well because someone had taped it's mouth shut.  The home owner wasn't freaked about the croc being in her house but was a bit unsettled that someone had come into her home and put it there.  Official have taken it to a farm to get medical attention.  bathroom visitor

Monday, July 25, 2016

dog drags baby

A family in Australia decided to give an abused  doberman a new home and named him Khan.  But after seeing it drag their 17-month-old baby across the yard, they thought they had made a terrible mistake.  But the dog saw something that they didn't.  A snake was coming towards their daughter and the dog saved the baby.  The snake was extremely poisonous and someone the size of a baby would not have made it to help in time.  Unfortunately Khan got bit by the snake in his paw.  He was rushed to the vet and is doing fine.  The fanily is
very glad they rescued that pooch.  hero dog

Friday, July 22, 2016

cats to the rescue

Cats from The Treehouse Humane Society in Chicago are working for their keep.  Four cats have moved into a brewery and are taking care of the building's rodent problem.  Venkman, Egor, Ray, and Gozer don't eat the grain but are very good at keeping the rodents from getting to it.  This helps keep the beer making process sterile. Venkman who is the lead brewery cat even has his own twitter account to chronicle their adventures.  Cats at Work

Thursday, July 21, 2016

trash

A janitor at an art show decided to throw out the trash.  That's his job.  There was a trash can filled with brightly colored trash with a raccoon nearby.  The janitor got rid of the trash can but left the raccoon behind.  The art piece was worth $8000 and luckily it wasn't destroyed.  The trash can has been replaced next to the raccoon.  oops

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

speeder

A video is circulating of a man in a wheel chair speeding and weaving in and out of traffic.  A person that was a passenger on a motorcycle behind began filming and posted it.  Police don't know if it's a publicity stunt or if there's more to it.  They haven't been able to identify the rider.  wheel chair

Attacked by a Lemur

Lemurs aren't indigenous to Florida but a woman in Miami heard scratching at her door and when she opened it, there was a Lemur.  She was attacked and required stitches on the wounds.  Officials believe that the Lemur was someone's pet but have not been able to locate the owner.  FL Lemur

Snakes on a Plane

The movie became a reality when William Lamar was caught with seven Peruvian snakes at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport.  The snakes were very small with each being about 6 inches long.  He had them in plastic containers inside his jacket.  They were discovered while William was trying to board a commuter plane to Tyler, TX.  Five of the snakes were poisonous.  snakes