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5 Animals That Are Part Of The American Culture And Deserve Our Appreciation On 4th Of July

You may not realize it, but patriotic animals appear often in our everyday lives — on the coins we use and the stamps we send our mail with. These animals have a more symbolic meaning to our country than we probably think about during the rest of the year, so this holiday is a great time to honor them. Via: Vet Street

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In Litchfield, New Hampshire, a turkey fully stopped traffic and stood guard until all the other turkeys crossed safely! The turkey guard did not cross until the last turkey was passing. Thanks to resident Donald Pomerleau for capturing the incredible footage! 

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Woman Creates Ladder For Stray Cats So They Can Come Home To Escape The Cold

There are millions of stray animals that roam our city streets. What do they do when the weather gets cold? They have to find shelter somewhere, or they may die. One kind hearted woman from Turkey built a ladder for the neighborhood stray cats to use. Call it a stairway to heaven.

women in turkey built a ladder to her house in order to help the freezing stray cats
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Turkeys in Boston Are Wreaking Havoc in What Appears to Be an Early Protest to Thanksgiving

In this case, "wreaking havoc" means that they are randomly running around Harvard Square and refusing to be orderly. You definitely don't see this everyday. 

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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.