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cute seal rescue What Is That Baby Seal Doing in a Field Full of Cows?
Via: ITV News
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A passing birdwatcher was walking in the Frampton Marshes in Lincolnshire, England when he noticed a herd of cows gathered around a puddle. When he stopped to see what the fuss was about he found this 5-day-old baby seal. 


The seal pup was found all alone without it's mother. The only guess to how it got in the middle of a cow field is a nearby creek. 


Fortunately the orphaned seal was rescued with the help of local seal sanctuary. This baby has a lot of weight to gain to be back in good shape but she is expected to recover and be rehabilitated into the wild. 

cute dogs rescue A Heartbreaking Picture Helped Save These Shelter Dogs
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It's an unfortunate fact that many animal shelters euthanize the animals they are unable to care for if they haven't been adopted. These two dogs were next on the list so a picture of the dogs hugging each other with a plea for help was posted on the Angels Among Us Pet Rescue Facebook page. Thanks to a gracious foster home and a helpful internet community these puppies were saved! According to a follow up to the original post it took only two hours and six minutes (they counted) to find these pups a good home. Now they'll have a whole family to hug!

Via: CTV News
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A man in Canada fought off a cougar to save his dog's life. When the cougar took hold of his adorable dachshund he punched it in the face so that it would let the dog go. This kind of bravery might seem foolhardy but experts say he was right to fight back. Thanks to his decision to stand his ground both the man and the dog are alive and safe.

"Pet dogs" raised by Chinese man for 2 years turn out to be bears

How hard is it to distinguish between dogs and bears? It took a Chinese man two years to realize that the two "pet dogs" he'd raised are actually Asian black bears.

Posted by Xinhua News Agency on Thursday, July 2, 2015
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A Chinese man bought two puppies that he was told would grow up to become good watch dogs. For two years he took care of them as they grew and acted differently than other dogs. He finally discovered that they were not dogs, but protected Asian black bears when he visited a wildlife exhibit featuring the threatened species of bear. Fortunately he was able to contact the forestry police who found the bears a more suitable home.

cute cats news Farewell, Station Master Tama
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This dapper calico named Tama had a very important role as the station master of an electric railway station in Japan. After eight years on the job, she was laid to rest in a beautiful ceremony which 3,000 co-workers, admirers and friends attended. 

As you can see, she took her job very seriously. The Kishi Railway Station where Tama worked was nearly shut down, leading to her adoptive owner, a local grocer, to be named station master in 2006 to cut costs. A year later Tama took over the role.


(via Super Station Master Tama Facebook)

Her popularity as station master is credited for saving the station. She even has her own merchandise. 


(via Super Station Master Tama Facebook)

Fortunately a new station master has been named. Tama had an apprentice who is ready to take over the job. She is also a calico cat, her name is Nitama and by the way she's wearing that station master hat it looks like she's up for the challenge. 


(via Super Station Master Tama Facebook)

weird whale news The Oldest Known Killer Whale May Get to Use Her Years of Wisdom in Her Role As Honorary Mayor
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The Village of Eastbound, Washington on Orcas Island has a 103-year-old whale running for honorary mayor. "Granny" as the killer whale is better known, has plenty of leadership experience. She is the leader of all pods of the Southern Resident Orca population, the only endangered species of killer whales.

Granny's competitors include one caique parrot and three canines. Votes cost $1 and all funds from the campaign and voting process will go to help support toddler and preschool programs at Orcas Island Children's House.

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