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February 26, 2013
10:30 // 1 year ago
January 26, 2013

99 cats rescued from filthy upstate NY home, others not so lucky

67dead cats removed from a squalorous home in upstate New York

99live cats also removed from the grisly scene by local authorities

The details of this deeply sad tale are pretty unpleasant, be warned — Sheriff’s deputies responded to a neighbor’s complaint about a foul odor of cat urine and feces wafting from the home, only to find a bevy of living cats stacked in crates all the way to the ceiling, and the dead cats wrapped in plastic bags packed into the freezer. This is a horrible story, and one that particularly tugs on our hearts as animal lovers — charges are reportedly being weighed against the owner, who a worker at the animal shelter that has taken in the 99 survivors said had “a hoarder mentality.” source

15:47 // 1 year ago
November 17, 2012
Here’s WWE star David Otunga buying 80,000 calories worth of Hostess snacks in an effort to ensure future generations would get a chance to have some. ”I don’t want my son to go without Twinkies,” he said, as eyes rolled everywhere.

Here’s WWE star David Otunga buying 80,000 calories worth of Hostess snacks in an effort to ensure future generations would get a chance to have some. ”I don’t want my son to go without Twinkies,” he said, as eyes rolled everywhere.

15:35 // 1 year ago
November 23, 2010
We’re suckers. And there’s always one or two that grab your heart.
United Animal Nations emergency services manager Janell Matthies • Expressing her appreciation for the 1,000 bundles of joy recently found in a Los Angeles home. Yes, that’s right, she’s talking about rats – rats found, by the way, during a shoot for the A&E show “Hoarders.” They were recently taken to a San Jose animal shelter largely because they had the room to take them all in. We like Matthies’ ability to see the bright side here, but let’s emphasize that some hoarder dude created an environment disgusting enough to foster that many rats. And yes, since they’re at an animal shelter … they’re up for adoption. No, you first. source (viafollow)
8:52 // 3 years ago