All Athena Bryson wanted for Christmas was a new pet, but not just any animal would do. She decided she wanted to save a turkey from becoming Christmas dinner.
Now Valerie the turkey spends all her time as a house pet in this Northern Ireland home. She seems very well behaved, maybe she's knows just how lucky she is. Athena's mom managed to find a farmer who was willing to spare a turkey for a pet just one day before she was scheduled for slaughter.
Now Valerie will live comfortably with the Bryson family for the rest of her life.
Cute 9 week old kitten Alfie was rescued by Chicago Animal Control and it was discovered that she doesn't have back feet. She is now safe and healing after recieving treatment from a vet and being placed with a foster home. If you want to support Alfie's recovery you can do so at:
November 10, 2015. Tumbles at his first wheelchair fitting! I think it's so cute and funny when Little Silly tips forward on his cute little nose! :-D Karen Pilcher, Angela Marx, Michele Summers Friends of the Shelter Dogs The Ohio University Innovation Center made his wheelchair using a 3D printer! It took about 14 HOURS print!***NOT AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION AT THIS TIME.***Posted by Crystal Richmond on Thursday, November 12, 2015
Tumbles is missing his front legs but with a 3D printed wheelchair, he's finding out how to walk.
The unfortunate pooch in the image got her paw stuck in a fence when she tried to jump it. Her loyal friend Zeus stayed by her side for two days. He did his best to make sure she was found. Karen Hirsch of LifeLine Animal Project told Mashable, "Zeus barked nonstop for help until someone finally found out about them and called us."
The two dogs are happily recovering from the incident and looking for a good home.