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Deer Got His Head Stuck In a Glass Bowl And Was Rescued After Days With No Food Or Water

One homeowner in Colts Neck, New Jersey, spotted an animal that looked like nothing he'd ever seen before. Via: Postize



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When People With Animal's Head Are Going For a Ride On The NYC Subway

The Los Angeles-based artist ,Matthew Grabelsky, sees NYC AS a big cageless zoo. Using the New York City subway system as the setting for his work, Grabelsky paints surreal portraits of people who are seemingly normal from the neck down, but who have had their heads replaced by animals, both wild and domesticated. For more, check out his instagram page

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This Dog Has An Incredible Talent For Balancing Objects On His Head

Little sausage dog Harlso, three, has an unusual talent for balancing objects on his head. His owners, Paul Lavery and Jennifer Scott from Belfast, Ireland, have tested him with carrots, water melon slices, a Rubix cube, a rose and even a tennis ball. Each time Harlso has come through with flying colors. Apparently,he is a natural as they have never trained him in his art. His ability has earned him a massive following worldwide, with fans sending him more objects to balance as well as his trademark bow ties. This dog is quite a paw-former! Via: Caters News

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11 Ridicules Photos Of Cats Shaking Their Heads

American photographer Carli Davidson is having fun capturing cats in the most ridiculous positions, photographing them in the middle of shaking with a high speed camera. The Funny series is called Shake Cats and below you can watch a video summarizing the project.  


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An Indian Leopard got his head stuck in a pot.
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We've all been there, buddy.



This terrifically sad sight is a thirsty wild leopard that wandered into a rural Indian village and proceeded to get his feline face stuck in a pot.



Don't worry, there's a happy ending.





The Guardian has more details:



The thirsty feline got into a spot of bother when it got its head trapped in a metal pot after venturing into a North Indian village looking for water.


For six hours the leopard stoically endured the unwanted utensil as curious villagers looked on, unable to help the cat out.



Eventually, forest officials managed to tranquilize the leopard and free it from its potty prison.

It was then released back into the wild.




And yes, there is a video of the poor cat





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