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Frostie the Snow Goat

Monday 26 May 2014

Frostie has been taking the internet by storm, to say the least. 

He was recently taken in by Edgar’s Mission a farm sanctuary in Willowmavin, Kilmore, in the state of Victoria, Australia.

When young Frostie was taken in he had the worst case of lice that the folks at the farm have ever seen.  He was severely dehydrated too.  Yet these two conditions could be dealt with quite easily.

Frostie also had something far more serious. 

He also had a condition called joint navel ill an incredibly nasty infection which enters the body via the umbilical cord soon after birth.

The bacteria had spread through Frostie and had made its home in the joints of his hind limbs.  This meant that the little guy could not work – and his body was full of horrible toxins.

In order to flush them out he was pumped with antibiotics but a way had to be found to help the blood circulate.

As you can see, necessity is the mother of invention and this remarkable wheeled contraption now helps the wheelie kid get about.

He was soon ready for a big adventure!

The Sausage Thief

Wednesday 14 May 2014

An important part of every dog’s training is learning how to wait.  Here three dogs are being taught to wait until they are told they can have their treat – a cold sausage.

The dogs patiently wait until permission is given – but what happens next will have you laughing out loud.  Little Elmo, a Staffy and Chihuahua mix isn’t happy with his allotment.

Humpback Whale Performs Amazing Act of Appreciation After Being Freed From Nets

Sunday 11 May 2014

Michael Fishback and his family visit the Sea of Cortez, photographing whales to track them and observe their behaviors.

However, on one of their trips they had the opportunity to help save a trapped humpback whale.   They took this incredible footage which shows you exactly what happened.

The young whale at first appeared to be dead.  The group floated next to it for a few minutes and saw no signs of life until it exhaled.  Michael eased in to the water to assess the situation and found that the whale was terribly tangled in fishing net.

Both pectoral fins were pinned to its body and it looked as if the whale would probably die unless something was done soon – and there was no time to waste.  When you watch this amazing film you will see what happens next – and this time it is a happy ending.  Once the whale is free though, it does something amazing – it shows its appreciation of the family and their endeavors to save him by giving them a show they will never forget.

The Raspberry Rabbit

This isn’t a long video but we felt that we had to share. One little rabbit has a taste for raspberries so when he is presented with one he tucks right in. However, the juices flow and he ends up looking as if he is wearing lipstick – some kind of drag act bunny perhaps? This may only last about thirty seconds but we thought it might make it up to those of you who say that this site spends too long focusing on the grisly and the gruesome!

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