WARNING UPSETTING CONTENT: Footage shows the disgusting conditions the creatures were kept in - the owner has since been banned from keeping animals for life
A pet owner has been banned from keeping animals for life after dozens of cats and a ferret were rescued from a house "waist high" in faeces.
Horrific footage shows RSPCA inspectors making their way through the home in Hillsway, Shirebrook, and finding filth in the rooms as well as animal faeces smeared up the walls and on furniture.
Empty cat food cartons are seen discarded in one room with animal cages stacked up and caked in dirt.
The house had belonged to the late mother of Martin Jones, 59, who pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to the animals at Chesterfield Magistrates’ Court yesterday.
A member of the public called the welfare charity after becoming concerned about the creatures.
Imagine walking along a trail and stumbling upon this, then trying to figure out what to do: Hikers filming in Sequoia National Park suddenly spot a mountain lion and decide to slowly back away. Scary stuff! Fortunately for the hikers it ended well: Smart or lucky, they guessed right. Never run from or turn your back on a big cat. -- Beautiful mountain lion, but scary situation! This is why my ass stays indoors. If no one inserts a Linda Blair Exorcist face near the end, I will be very disappointed in the internet.
38 year old, Johann Jurgens, Director of a South African tour company (SouthAfricanBookings.com), was touring around Pretoriuskop and was near to Klipspringer Koppies with guests when they encountered a surprise visitor who took a particular interest in their tyre.
Video footage shot on a mobile phone by Danielle Pearson begins with the family's car passing through the monkey enclosure.
As the little creatures scatter all over and around the car at Knowlsey Safari Park in Merseyside, the excited screams of children in the back seats can be heard on the audio of the footage.
But the kids' joyous screams soon change to something a little more concerning as two of the randy primates begin mating right in the windscreen.
WARNING - DISTRESSING FOOTAGE: The winged-vermin met a gritty end as the bloodthirsty seagull jerks its body and neck up and down before unbelievably downing it whole
Believed to have been filmed in the Italian capital of Rome – begins with the bigger seagull thrashing its victim around in the air.
A peaceful day on the water paddleboarding turned into a heart-stopping situation for two women as five great white sharks swam right next to them. One of the women, Kelly Dean, told Inside Edition she knew she had to keep her fear under wraps. Amazingly, the women kepy their cool during the frightening experience. Videographer Mark Romanov, who was on a boat, used a drone to shoot the incredible encounter for an upcoming documentary exploring the relationship between sharks and humans.
Stupid mother seems to encourage her young child to be as harmful to these small kittens as he possibly can. Including swinging and twisting the kittens tiny little arms and legs in positions they really don't bend in.
This German Shepherd police dog wasn't having this idiot told him any longer so he longed in for a nut attack. Luckily for this drunk idiot, he fell, quickly! Before the dog could fully latch on to his small package.
FROM NEW YORK POST - Captain Rob Gorta caught more than just a large tarpon on his last fishing trip. He caught a frenzy of sharks devouring the tarpon on camera. The sharks seemed to appreciate that lunch was caught for them, as they made a bloody mess out of the fish.
Twenty 'drunk' huntsmen filmed themselves taking part in the ritual, involving one man being spanked with a tree branch.
Then they staged a party over the bear's remains as they swilled bottles of beer and cheered each other on in Rekavice, near Banja Luka in northern Bosnia and Herzegovina.
FROM NEW YORK POST - A curious great white shark tried to take a bite out of an underwater camera. While the shark didn't get the tasty snack it was looking for, scientists from the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries got an amazing look inside the mouth of the 12 foot underwater killing machine. Lucky for us, the camera survived to tell the tale.
Shocking footage shows the fishing crew watching in horror as the shark writhes around while trapped in the guard rail.
The video, filmed off the coast of Long Island in the U.S. on July 6, quickly turned viral after it was shared online.