A former pet industry worker sparked debate by warning people not to adopt five unexpected dog breeds in a video which amassed seven million views.Many took to the comments to defend their dog breed while others agreed with her controversial opinions.
A park volunteer named Candy Couser was feeding a tiger named Kimba at the rescue in Tampa when she reached inside an enclosure to open a gate and was bitten on the arm and then rushed to the hospital in an ambulance about 15 to 20 minutes later, according to a Facebook post by Big Cat Rescue.
Many cat owners will know this already, of course, so we asked Guardian readers to tell us about the moment they realised their pets really loved them.“About a week after we got him, I came home from work.
YouTube personality Brooke Houts is under investigation after a video uploaded to her channel showed her smacking, shoving and yelling at her dog.“We are aware of the incident and we’re looking into the matter,” a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department told TODAY.The shocking video showed Houts, who has more than 300,000 subscribers, smacking, scolding and shoving her Doberman pinscher, Sphinx.
‘At the heart of the campaign was a false allegation that Ms Suttle had physically abused her dog, or caused it unnecessary suffering, and that she was accordingly a cruel and appalling person.’ The care home manager is an animal lover (Picture: Facebook) She continued: ‘The allegation of dog beating was completely untrue.
Marie Philip, deputy commissioner of the Office for Domestic Violence, New York City Human Resources Administration said, “We are in need of innovative programs to give people whatever helps to encourage them to leave an abusive situation, and URIPALS does just that.”