Cats are known to be naughty felines who tend to go anywhere they want to go. This Christmas though, they weren't satisfied playing with furniture and, instead, went for Christmas trees. It's a good thing these trees didn't fall down or they'll be in trouble. Here are some felines who dug the leaves in these trees.
Candiru also known as toothpick fish, is a parasitic freshwater catfish native to the Amazon River. Although some candiru species have been known to grow to a size of 16 inches (~41 cm) in length, others are considerably smaller. These smaller species are known for an alleged tendency to invade and parasitize the human urethra.
This is some delicious looking sushi, if you like raw fish. Apparently, someone has a hamster who thinks so too. They are also very adept at eating it with proper table manners. They must have been good little hamster to deserve such a treat.
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Ha Wenjin is a real animal lover. This Chinese woman has quit her job, sold her house, vehicle and jewelry to take care of over 1,500 stray dogs and 200 cats.
At first she had just a few animals that she took care of in her free time. But as the number of her pets was growing, she gave up her career and devoted her entire day tending to dogs and cats. Soon she had created a real animal shelter, and had to find 10 people to look after the dogs and 2 people to take care of her cats. Many volunteers donate food to these dogs and cats that were forced to move to a new home, because government officials of China decided to reclaim the land where the shelter was built on.
Today Ha Wenjin and her pets live in Houyu village. Even though it is expensive and difficult to keep a shelter open, this woman has no intention of giving up in her desire to save as many stray dogs and cats as possible.