Good Boy of the Day: Tom Hardy Took His Dog To The Premiere Of 'Legend'
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Tom Hardy's dog Woody is the real star.

After arriving on the red carpet at London's Leicester Square for the premiere of his film Legend, Tom showed off his best budโ€”an adorable mutt named Woody.

The star was also joined by his wife Charlotte Riley, who is expecting a child. But all eyes were on Woody.

The lovable pooch even took his chance in the spotlight to show off his bird-chasing skills. Just how long until Woody makes an appearance in one of Hardy's epic dub smashes? The public needs to know.

Haircut of the Day: Rogue Australian Sheep Gets 90 Pounds Of Fleece Removed
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There's nothing like an new haircut to put a pep in your step.

But this Australian sheep is probably feeling a little better than with the average haircut. And that's because he is also 90 pounds lighter.

A Canberra sheep named Chris was recently captured by animal welfare workers after getting lost from his herd for more than two years. It seems that during this time he really let himself go.

Chris' fleece was sheered off Thursday by four-time national shearing champion Ian Elkins, and it weighed in at around 90 pounds, easily topping the previous record.

Fleece this large can cause serious health problems, said RSPCA ACT chief executive Tammy Ven Dange.

"It can actually make it impossible for them to go to the bathroom. We don't know how bad the damage could be because this has been building for awhile," she said.

Chris is reportedly in good health, and will likely join a local herd to live out the rest of his (lighter) days.

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This Japanese website has created a Google Street View for cats in the city of Hiroshima. You can virtually explore the streets looking for cat icons to find the local kitties in their homes. 


via Hiroshima Cat Street View 

Unfortunately, you may not be able to understand the biographies offered when you click on the kitty icons if you don't read Japanese but the extra pictures of the cats, their homes and their owners are worth investigating. 




via Hiroshima Cat Street View

If you find a video icon you can even click to see a cat's eye view of the street and meet the locals. 

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