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Canadian Officials Warn People To Not Let Moose Lick Their Cars

Though the sign itself may seem funny, and it is, there's a serious reason behind why officials in Canada put it up. Salt it a snack that moose absolutely love, and apparently, they have realized that they can get it off our cars. 

"They're obsessed with salt, it's one of the things they need for the minerals in their body," a spokesman from Jasper National Park in Canada, Steve Young, told CNN. "They usually get it from salt lakes in the park, but now they realized they can also get road salt that splashes onto cars."

CNN reports that at the Jasper National Park, people often park their cars on the side of the road, hoping to get a look at the moose, but that actually letting the moose near the cars is very dangerous. If you allow moose to lick salt of your car, you run the risk of them becoming habituated with being around cars, and that's risky not only for the moose but for the drivers too. 

"Moose and cars are not a good mix. If you hit the moose with your car, you take the legs out from under it and it's going through your windshield," Young explained, adding that it is simply best to drive away when you see a moose approaching you. He also stressed that it's important to stay in your car and not interact with the wildlife, especially the moose, who will charge you if they feel threatened. 

"We've been seeing a lot more moose lately. The wolf population is decreasing, which means there's fewer predators and the moose population is going up as a result," Young said. "This also means people need to be respectful and give them space."

And though the wolf population in Canada is decreasing, you can read about 2 new gliders discovered in Australia and and watch an endangered black rhino being born in England.

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Cats In Cars: The Funny Snapchat Version

Apparently, funny things happen when you put cats in cars. They could see, for example, another cat or dog in the car next to them or could be surprised by their owner's weird car habits. Anyway, hilarity ensues. 

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Trapped Florida Dog Put a Car Into Reverse And Drove It In Circles For Nearly An Hour

You've likely seen headlines about "Florida man," but have you heard about the Florida dog? Residents in Florida were shocked to see a black lab emerge from a car that was driving reverse, in circles, for nearly an hour. Local police said the male driver stepped out of his car with it still running and the dog inside. The black lab named Max somehow changed gears, putting the car in reverse and smashed a neighbor's mailbox before the cops showed up. Since the incident caused little damage and zero injuries, Max arguably has a better driving record than most Florida residents.

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The New Tesla's "Dog Mode" Feature Will Allow Drivers To Safely Lock Their Pets In The Car

Leaving your pet in the car for a few minutes may seem harmless to some, but the temperatures inside a car parked in the heat — even those parked in the shade — rise quickly the second the vehicle turns off. Pets left behind in hot cars, have to endure temperatures well over 100 degrees that can lead to illness and death. In order to prevent that, Tesla officially introduced a new feature on Thursday called "Dog Mode" that aims to keep owners' pets comfortable while left unattended in the vehicle while allowing drivers to set a comfortable temperature for their pets before leaving the vehicle. 





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Luigi Maestro is a five-year-old Shih-Tzu who loves treats, attention, and cruising down the streets of New York in one of his four luxury cars. Luigi has a Bentley, a Porche, a Ferrari, and a Beemer. And no, these aren't his mom's cars – these cars are his size, remote controlled, and have a trunks that hold his food and water bowls so he can take a break while he's out on the town. Doting dog mom Anisha Lakhani follows behind at a comfortable distance – close enough to keep an eye on him, far enough that she's not cramping his style! People who see him driving past are quick to pull out their phones and snap a picture. Wouldn't you? Can you imagine a cuter guy in a cooler car?! Via: Iheartdogs

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18 Dirty Cars Art Works That Prove Dust Is Beautiful


Here is a selection of the "Dirty Car Art" creations by American artist, Scott Wade, who transforms dirty cars into works of art, simply using the dust that covers them. Please don't wash me


Artist Transforms Dirty Cars Into Works Of Art - Cover graphic of old western style drawing on the back of a muddy Toyota Tundra.
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This Company Makes Super Cool Toys For Your Super Spoiled Cat

Want to spoil your cat? There's no better way than getting him or her a super fun toy from SUCK UK! You can get it on Amazon. Cool DJ scratches, Pink Cadillac and even a tank! Check out their Irresistible cardboard toy vehicles for cats.  



Cute picture of a cat that has an awesome scratching post record turn table.
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