Dashcam video released by Manor Police shows them working to rescue a puppy who was trapped inside a hot car this weekend. All four windows to the vehicle were closed, causing the temperature inside to rise significantly. When officers arrived at the scene the puppy was panting and crying. Officers then successfully opened the car, rescued the puppy and gave him water. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on animal cruelty charges and could now face up to a year in jail.
Hal Conover, of Hawkins, Texas, first noticed a 10-foot alligator on his property when he was weaning calves. He called an alligator hunter and his son to help him capture the animal in a unique way: With a rope. Once they lassoed the gator, they anchored it to the ground but the animal wasn't giving up without a fight. It bit one of the men before it was taken away to a nearby gator farm.
This guy doesn't need to buy any damn trailer!
The animals are brutally caught and then butchered not far from the beaches visited by more than 1 million Australians every year. Some of the animals are poisoned, posing a risk to human health, according to a leading toxicologist. Whilst eating dog meat is not illegal in Bali, killing animals cruelly or eating meat contaminated with poison is against the law, Animals Australia's campaign director Lyn White said. "The dog-meat trade breaches animal cruelty laws and food safety laws. That is a statement of fact," she said.
New York's furry inhabitants are famously tenacious - none more so than pizza rat, who shot to international stardom in 2015 when he was spotted dragging a discarded slice down subway steps.And now he - or at least one of his hungry brethren - is back, having been filmed dragging an entire trash bag across a sidewalk just to get at the doughy treat inside.The feat of strength was captured on film by Leigh Connor in Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood on Thursday - and includes a surprising ending.Scroll down for video Rat's entertainment: A huge rat was seen tugging a trash bag across a sidewalk in Brooklyn on Thursday, just to get at the pieces of pizza inside
A lion and an abandoned antelope calf made an unlikely duo at a nature reserve in South Africa. Incredible footage captures the king of the jungle licking and nurturing its typical prey, as if they were mother and cub.
The Humane Society of the United States assisted the Wolfeboro Police Department in the rescue of 84 Great Danes from a suspected puppy mill in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.
Russian traffic police stop driver for speeding, discover cow in the back seat. The cow is now safe with its owners.
Two guys form Whistler, British Columbia, Canada where amazed to see a black bear casually walking towards a parked van, opening its door and getting into the driver seat.
A dangerous dog is at risk of attacking more victims after biting a man outside city hall. The attack went unreported to Animal Services and the dog was able to stay with the owner. A dog attack can happen any time. "It just makes me a little more uncomfortable walking around," said dog owner Ben Bertran-Harris. A lot of cases go unreported. That's what happened when only 10News cameras were rolling outside city hall. The video shows the owner wearing a pink shirt struggling to hold her pit bull on the concrete. She's arguing with some men a few yards away. The dog becomes agitated and charges toward one man before biting down on his arm. You can hear him screaming in agony. That man ended up getting away. 10News spoke to one dog owner who says it's not just himself that he's worried about. "I walk with my dog and I think dogs are the first thing another dog would go after," said Bertran-Harris. I don't want to bother anyone while I'm walking and I don't want to be bothered by another person's dog who's off a leash." He had his dog on a leash but not everyone plays by the rules. "You want to enjoy yourself and you can't because you have to be much more alert to lookout for someone who can't control their dog 11:12 its not just in downtown I've seen it in Balboa Park where people just let their dogs run free." Dogs are required by law to be on a leash in any public space. Dangerous dogs are left to strike again when cases go unreported. If you see an attack, report it to Animal Services at 619-767-2675.
A New York restaurant got an unwelcome visitor during breakfast time when a deer crashed through the windows and ran around disturbing everyone's meal. The frightened animal bombarded a Rome, New York Denny's on Saturday at around 8.30am halting breakfast as it collided with chairs and tables in the restaurant. In the short clip posted on Monday, the deer smashes through a window right over a group of customers, shocking everyone. It then proceeds to scramble on the ground as patrons start getting up to get a better look, avoid the creature or see if it needs any help. Almost getting it's baring the deer slams into a table before stumbling down the aisle. Eventually the deer makes it to a clearing in the restaurant but the soft carpet proves to be rather difficult for her to navigate as she steady falls back over. More customers begin following the deer, checking to see if it is hurt or needs any assistance. The video ends before it is revealed what happened to the animal but it was eventually able to escape the restaurant unharmed according to management at the eatery.
Visitors at the Rotterdam Zoo in the Netherlands were shocked to see an antelope attack a giraffe, causing minor injuries. The animals have reportedly been living in the same enclosure for years and officials aren't sure what caused the aggressive behavior.
HakunaMatata!! The music started playing, the scene was set… There was only one problem. That LION HAD TO GO! I think at some point in everyone’s life they have “Lion Kinged” something. I use to do it to by little brother when he was a baby and even just recently did it with my dog. Lucky for me I have never had the results this girl just had to deal with. IN THE FACE! She just took it like that. That’s what she gets for holding Simba the wrong way. R.Kelly style. Someone in the comments said that this is not really a pet lion and just a case? I am no cat pro or lion expert but I am calling bullshit. There is no way that is a cat! Who is with me??
A Pakistani man who took his pet lioness for a ride in the back of a pickup truck was charged with public harassment Thursday after footage from startled bystanders went viral
A video shared online captured the unbelievable moment a motorcyclist narrowly avoided hitting a deer it sprinted across the road in front of him. The motorcyclist was riding a ZX10 bike with a GoPro strapped to his head when he nearly ran straight into a crossing deer. He was driving along a two-lane road with few other vehicles on it, somewhere in the United States, when suddenly the deer appears on the left side of the road and starts sprinting. It quickly crosses the road as the driver registers what is happening and is hardly given any time to slow down. Less than a second before the driver would have collided with the deer it successfully crosses in front of him and the man exclaims 'holy s*** was that f***ing close'.
A man who filmed his girlfriend having sex with a dog was caught out when he handed the footage in to social services.
Michael Smith, 64, filmed the incident between Gwen Kerr, 55 and his bull mastiff , Tank.
He later took the video to social services on May 27 last year, reporting concern for her welfare but found himself in court.
Smith denied aiding and abetting, counselling or procuring intercourse with an animal and a second charge of possessing extreme pornographic images , but was found guilty by jury after trial.
He was handed a suspended jail sentence for his role in the extreme footage.
Gwen Kerr pleaded guilty to having sex with an animal.
Mark McKone, prosecuting, said: "This defendant (Kerr) effectively had sexual intercourse with a dog.
"Mr Smith took a video film of that dog."
The court heard the video showed Kerr bent over a sofa as she manipulated the dog to have sex with her.
This impala fought hard to the bitter end to keep his life, despite the gruesome injuries received from a pack of hungry wild dogs. It’s a very emotional sighting to watch as you realize why they say mother-nature is not for sissies…
Terrifying moment a 15ft great white shark left a group of fishermen hanging on for dear life after it BIT their boats motor after slamming the vessel with its tail.
An undercover animal rights campaigner allegedly filmed live chickens being stamped on and torn apart by factory workers. The disturbing footage, reportedly taken at an Elite Farm Services plant in Chilliwack, Canada, shows people tearing birds limb from limb and simulating sex acts with them. The company claims six employees have been fired since the video, filmed between May 10 and June 9, came to light. The Canadian Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals (SPCA) has now launched an investigation, reports The Vancouver Sun. Dwayne Dueck, president of Elite Farm Services said: 'We are sickened with the footage and want to ensure all our suppliers and producers that this is not reflective of who we are, our fundamental beliefs or behaviour we accept from our employees.' The Mercy for Animals volunteer who got the job with the company claims they witnessed animal abuse 'pretty much immediately' after starting work. Lindsay Wolf, vice-president of investigations for Mercy for Animals, said: 'The whistleblower simply applied to work at this facility just like any other employee and they worked the job they were hired to do 'They covertly then recorded evidence while employed at Elite Farm Services 'The abuse started pretty much immediately after the whistleblower started working at this facility. Hitting, kicking, throwing birds, smashing them into walls, into transport crates — things like that were documented very early on in the case.' The videos reportedly show several workers and a supervisor. Elite is a licensed chicken-catching service, which is hired to round up birds for transport to a slaughter plant. Workers at the factory are believed to be paid around $14 an hour for shifts lasting from 11pm to 7am.
An investigation has been launched after horrific footage emerged showing a puppy being cruelly swung around by its neck.
The video which was posted to social media appears to show a 14-year-old girl viciously swinging the white puppy in circles by its lead. The puppy can then be seen crouching on the floor looking dazed before being led away by the girl.
It is believed the video was filmed in the Bovey Tracey area of Devon, although it has since been removed from social media.
Before it was taken down more than 230 people left comments venting their fury and outrage at the 'disgusting' footage.
One person wrote: 'How evil. The dog should be taken away,' and another posted: 'That is so mean.'
A spokesman for the RSPCA said: 'We have been made aware of footage circulating on social media showing a dog being swung around by its collar and lead and are investigating
'We would urge anyone with further information to contact us on 0300 123 4999.'
This is the stomach-churning moment when a python regurgitated two chickens after being caught by a villager in China. Apparently, the villager locked up the reptile as it was stealing his livestock. After being locked up in a cage, the snake started to regurgitate the two chickens. It's believed the python was trying to make its body slimmer so it could escape.
Brutal: Lizard Goes Bananas On A Mouse! (*Warning* Graphic)
Shocking footage shows British holidaymakers brawling with staff at a Turkish hotel after its management allegedly tried to cover up a fire in one of the rooms.
A Chinese animal trader has been caught pumping water into dogs' stomachs by force in order to sell them for more money to restaurants.
In a video emerged online, the man shoved a hose into a canine's mouth and grabbed it by the snout before pouring water down its throat.
The vendor sells more than a dozen dogs to restaurants by weight every day and this helps him charge a higher price, as it's reported.
The vendor was spotted in Yanshi, Henan Province, on June 9 by a passerby who took pictures and video of the horrifying scene. The materials were published on Chinese news site Tencent on June 10.
According to the video, two dogs were kept in a cage at the back of a three-wheeled bike. Both animals were tied to the cage by a cable around their neck.
The footage also shows the man putting a thick pipe down one dog's throat forcefully. He then grabbed hold of the dog's mouth so that water would go into its stomach.
The dog's belly could be seen swelling up as the man pumped water. According to the report, the man said he would pump at least two litres of water into a dog.
The animal reportedly threw up blood after being force-fed water.
The dog vendor said he sold over a dozen dogs to different restaurants on a daily basis.
The man also claimed to have invented the force-feeding method after taking inspiration from IV drip.
He explained that by pumping water into the dogs, he could earn a few hundred yuan (roughly £35) more per day.
However, when onlookers asked the man what he was doing, he apparently lied by saying 'the dogs have to drink more water as the weather is too hot'.
It is unclear if any authorities are aware of the incident.
Security cameras caught the bizarre moment a confused deer crashed through the window of a paint store in Pennsylvania, nearly colliding with an employee.
Albuquerque police officers were investigating a stolen vehicle, when they found themselves trying to save a choking puppy.
A Melbourne horse has had a lucky escape after falling into a deep drain. A passerby spotted the struggling horse, named Cisco, who was trapped in the opening with its body completely engulfed in water as the RSPCA were contacted. State Emergency Services and Country Fire Authority were called out to the scene shortly before 12pm, who quickly tended to the distressed animal, yet struggled to initially free the horse from the two metre deep, three metre long void.
Incredible video shows Sunshine McCurry catching a snake inside her home in North Carolina with only a pillowcase.