A passer-by witnessed the attack as he was walking along Sandpiper Close in Walthamstow, east London, at about 11.30am on Sunday, June 5.He saw the teenager on a silver scooter attack the bird, stayed with the injured pigeon and reported it to the RSPCA.Animal Rescue Officers (AROs) arrived at the scene shortly afterwards and could see the terrified bird hiding behind a fence near the tree with a badly broken wing.
It all happened when he visited Harriman State Park with Troop 1254 from Cooperstown in early May. Ayers said he was sleeping outside with his fellow scouts when he awoke to see a bear, who had apparently been looking for food around their campsite.“It moved my friend John, and then it moved me — but instead of grabbing my sleeping bag it grabbed my leg and it bit me,” Ayers told NBC New York.
If you look closely, you can see the goat halfway up (Picture: RSPCA)RSPCA and fire officers were called to help a goat who got stuck halfway up a 50m-high cliff edge in a County Durham quarry.
What started as a Texas couple’s getaway to Las Vegas led to a hilarious surprise at the Southwest Airlines luggage counter—when they opened up their bag and found a stowaway Chihuahua inside.“I told Kristi, I think this thing’s gonna be real close,” Jared told The Epoch Times.
Stowe still gets plenty of time to play (Picture: Aaron Crowley/) How did Medical Detection Dogs get started? Stowe and Zoe were matched through the Medical Detection Dog charity (Picture: Aaron Crowley/)There are lots of way to get involved.
8. Riding in Style Courtesy of littlelunathecavalier/Instagram “Get in the car, hooman; adventures await!” 9. Keep your dog safe during car rides by getting the right supplies, like a seat-belt tether, a dog car seat or a dog carrier that can be securely stowed.
The National Weather Service forecasted Trail Ridge Road could receive 36 inches by Friday evening. The national park shared this footage from Trail Ridge Road, which is the highest continuous paved highway in North America with an elevation above 12,000 feet at its peak.