Rare, Yellow Lobster Rescued From Florida SupermarketWhen Marybeth Jeitner saw this brightly-colored lobster sitting in a tank at the supermarket, she knew it was something special. How special? According to the University of Maine Lobster Institute, the odds of finding a yellow lobster are one in 30 million............
The yellow lobster is now safe and happy in her new home in the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, New Hampshire.
The family is calling the recently adopted 2-year-old dog a hero after he saved their 7-year-old daughter, Molly, from a possible bite from a venomous Eastern Diamondback rattlesnake. "He kept jumping back and then forward... and he did it three times. He had every opportunity to run but he didn't," Donya Deluca told CNN affiliate WFLA. She thinks the dog was protecting Molly, keeping himself between the child and the snake.
His act of bravery cost him, though. Haus was bleeding when he was taken to a vet in Tampa. When his leg was shaved, he had three bite marks. The dog is being treated with painkillers and anti-venom medication and is expected to recover, although he may have some kidney damage. Money donated via a fund-raising website is helping to pay his expensive medical costs.
So far, people have given almost $50,000, more than the family expected. "PLEASE -- we feel we have plenty to care for Haus' needs," said the website entry. Any money raised above the medical bills will go to a dog rescue operation and other charities, according to the posts. "It shows you that a rescue dog, for us, paid it forward by protecting my family," Adam DeLuca told WFLA. But for Molly, he's just a regular pooch. "He's a cute dog. I like to smoosh his face," she said.
Rescue dog saves little girl from dangerous snake - CNN.com
"His day-to-day activities consist of sitting in the pot plants in the garden, sleeping with his face in shoes and biting people's feet."Kevin the permanently surprised cat has a story to inspire you
it's not funny it's an illness may the owner who rescued him be blessed forever and may the cat be blessed forever too!
Parrot could help prosecute murder suspect“Where will I go,” she replied.
Then, in what family believes are his last words, "Don’t f----ing shoot.”
“I believe with all my heart that those are the last words of Marty,” says former wife Christine Keller. “I recognize two different voices screaming and yelling and it always ends with, ‘Don’t f---ing shoot.'"
I saw this story about a month back. Yea, that's probably more likely. Dog's definitely a big time hero though.Dog dies from exhaustion after rescuing seven people from earthquake
The dog looks emaciated...
... mebbe he died from starvation.
Richard, 44, does not know what happened to Rosie’s mother but says the fox was the only survivor after her father killed her siblings when she was an infant.
He then hand-reared her before she had even opened her eyes.