One lucky dog had a truly awesome day at the park. A young German Shepherd got to watch a Minor League Baseball game with her owner. In addition to that, the pooch got to play a game of fetch and made a new friend. She also went home with a ball and won the hearts of many fans.
The MLB team Tulsa Drillers recently had a Bark at the Park Night when they went up against the Northwest Arkansas Naturals. The event allows fans to bring their dogs to the field while the NWA infielders were warming up. One pooch noticed that the players were throwing a ball around. The excited German Shepherd immediately broke away from her owner and dashed to join the baseball players.
The German Shepherd didn’t care that the world was watching because she just wanted to play fetch.
The dog clearly loved balls and couldn’t resist a possible game of fetch. NWA Naturals shortstop Nicky Lopez tossed the ball towards the foul line so the pooch would follow it out of the field. However, the German Shepherd immediately collected the ball and brought it back to him. Lopez quickly took hold of her leash so she could be led out of the baseball field.
Lopez admitted he loves dogs and that they obviously love him right back.
The MLB star player posted about his new pal after the game.
A budding friendship with a gifted baseball player is not the only thing the dog got that day. The ball she had caught was immediately presented to her owner, who revealed the pooch “got a ton of treats.”
Perhaps the impromptu game of fetch gave Lopez’s team some good luck. The NWA Naturals beat the Tulsa Drillers in an 8-6 win.
Watch the cutest game of fetch in the history of Minor League Baseball below.
Whale Found Dead In Thailand Had Over 80 Plastic Bags In Stomach
The poor whale starved to death.
A pilot whale died in Southern Thailand and scientists have found the alarming cause of the death. Apparently, the whale had 80 plastic bags in its stomach, which caused the animal to starve to death.
A week ago, the pilot whale was found clinging to life up a canal in Songkhla province, near the Malaysian border. Conservation officials tried to save the whale's life for days. They used buoys to keep it afloat and umbrellas to provide a shield from the sun.
After five days of endless effort, the whale vomited pieces of plastic. ...
MPR Raccoon Who Scaled 25-Story Skyscraper Finds Plush New Home In Minnesota Suburbs
The daredevil raccoon has traded her city loft for a gorgeous new country home.
It was a long and dangerous journey that has finally come to an end. The feisty raccoon that made headlines by scaling a 25-story skyscraper reached the top of the building. Wildlife Management Services has already captured the little critter and is sending her back to the wild.
Minnesota Police Radio gave MPR Raccoon her name when they first reported about the tiny animal. The trash panda started climbing the UBS Plaza in St. Paul on Tuesday, June 12. By Tuesday night, everyone including Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn was expressing their support for the little climber. However, it looks like the furry daredevil will not have time to enjoy the view of city's skyline. Wildlife Management Services brought the raccoon back on solid ground.
MPR Raccoon was oblivious of the support from thousands of adoring fans and simply climbed the St. Paul building.
Furious Orangutan Faces Bulldozer That Destroyed His Tree In Heartbreaking Video
The fight left the poor ape bewildered over the destruction of his habitat.
There is little doubt that animals truly have feelings. An angry orangutan has just gone viral for his unexpected bravery. The furious animal went up against a bulldozer that had destroyed his tree. Unfortunately, the desperate ape was not able to stop the massive machine from obliterating its home. Since its release, the video has earned thousands of views from people concerned with the animal's fate.
The video features loggers in the Ketapang Regency in Borneo trying to take down several trees. However, it is revealed that an orangutan is refusing to leave his tree although it has been uprooted by the bulldozer. The ape is clearly distressed and keeps pacing the trunk of his home.