Neglected dog who lived under a bed for two years has dramatic transformation

Neglected dog who lived under a bed for two years has dramatic transformation

Lionheart’s years of neglect had left him with such matted fur he couldn’t walk or eat (Picture: Richmond SPCA)Little Lionheart has had a tough time – but now he’s finally getting the love he deserves.

Dog who lived under a bed for 2 years gets 'Cinderella' makeover

Dog who lived under a bed for 2 years gets 'Cinderella' makeover

Starr also explained that Lionheart was a friendly and affectionate dog, and loved spending time with people. Lionheart, now named Cody, has been adopted into a family that "adores" him, according to Richmond SPCA CEO Robin Starr.

'Make sure they don't eat the set!' Movie animal trainers' tips

'Make sure they don't eat the set!' Movie animal trainers' tips

You can train a lion like a dog, as it wants love, while tigers are solitary and more like cats, motivated only by food. When people say: “I need a lion trained up in the next few weeks,” I always say: “No, because I don’t want to die.” It’s not something to take on lightly.

The Lion Queen is BACK: Fears for big cat named Charm allayed in remarkable TV series

The Lion Queen is BACK: Fears for big cat named Charm allayed in remarkable TV series

Incredible footage from the sensational new Big Cat Tales series shows how Charm has remarkably given birth to cubs after coming back to her historic domain. Scene from Big Cat Tales (Image: Animal Planet)There was more angst for Charm when the BBC cameras stopped rolling.

Kaley Cuoco helped rescue a baby sea lion on Thanksgiving: 'My heart is full'

Kaley Cuoco helped rescue a baby sea lion on Thanksgiving: 'My heart is full'

The “Big Bang Theory” star posted Friday a heartwarming Instagram video from Thanksgiving day of a group of marine and wildlife volunteers responding to her call when she and husband Karl Cook found the struggling baby animal.

Hunter defends herself after photos with dead giraffe cause outrage

Hunter defends herself after photos with dead giraffe cause outrage

Kentucky woman Tessa Thompson Talley killed a rare black giraffe on a legal hunt in June 2017 and posted celebratory photos on Facebook, which were tweeted on June 16 with an angry message by the South Africa-based Africland website.