Dog got suspect by the crotch 6/19/2021, Marion County, Florida, USA. Gregory Lee Linder, 33, tried to escape road control, but after a short chase, his car ended up off the road and ran off on his own. Unfortunately, the policeman had a service dog with him, which bit into his crotch. From that moment on, there were no problems with the arrest. After hospital treatment, Linder was arrested for the crime of escaping from police and driving a motor vehicle with a detained driver's license.
Unlucky bird A woman removes a bird stuck in the grille of a car ...
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Abandoning Dogs Occurred on April 13, 2018 / San Antonio, Texas, USA I was getting ready for work when I spotted a car at a dead end road removing collars from within the car. I put my shoes on quickly and ran out to the road and started recording the act. I am tired of people doing this continuously in the area. I recorded to educated and advise them to do the right thing. The woman in the video responded back for directions to the Animal Care services, and yet decided to commit the illegal activity as directed by driver who then backed out and back seat passenger flipped me off.
Man rescues stranded snowy owl from Lake Superior ice (2017) A remarkable video has emerged from Duluth, Minnesota of a man rescuing a stranded snowy owl from the ice on Lake Superior. Local birder Richard Hoeg first noticed the owl on the ice at dawn on December 3 but initially did not think the bird was in trouble. However, when Hoeg returned to the same location at 1pm, the owl was still there and a walker told him that her dogs had been over to the owl and it had not moved. "At this point I knew the snowy was in trouble," Hoeg said. "It should have flown away to escape the dogs." Now, Hoeg decided to try to rescue the owl. He waded out through broken ice and then, using a fishing net attached to a long pole with duct tape, he managed to carefully pull the bird off the ice and into his hands. The owl was wrapped in a blanket and taken to the Wildwoods wildlife rehabilitation centre in Duluth.