This lady biker was driving on an Oklahoma road when she suddenly noticed a kitten in the middle of an intersection. She decided to save the poor animal who was almost run over by the other vehicles. The rider had a camera on her helmet and managed to capture the incident on film.
If you will look closely at the video, you will see that the orange cat seemed to have been dropped by a maroon car. The terrified kitten stayed on the road and fortunately, the motorcyclist immediately sprang into action.
Laney thought the kitten was a leaf until it moved. She stopped the vehicles to rescue him.
The Honda rider, who wished to be known only as Laney, shared:
“He was so small in the middle of that big road, and I thought he was a leaf until he moved.”
The motorcyclist immediately picked the kitten up.
Laney signaled the vehicles to stop and then scooped up the animal. She then gave it to a woman on the side of the road – who was watching the whole thing the entire time – rode on her bike again and then stopped by to get the kitten.
“I literally cannot watch the video anymore because how many times he escaped death just kills me.”
The heroic rider then placed the kitten on her helmet before taking it home.
Laney took the kitty home with her and named him Skidmark. The feline is “resting safely now” but our hero is also making efforts to get in touch with the car owner.
According to Laney’s post on YouTube:
“Have tried to contact person in red car, but she was unavailable. Either to find out if Skids is hers, or to make sure she knows strays are chilling in her undercarriage. She has my number, and a summary of the incident, have yet to hear from her.”
You can watch the video here:
Loyal Dog of A Hit and Run Victim Found “Grieving” at The Scene of The Accident
Loyal until the very end…
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Paco, owned by a 42-year-old woman who died in a hit and run mishap, was found lying at the scene of the accident.
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Stay away if you can’t handle the sight of blood.
Ever since Australian wildlife expert Steve Irwin was killed by a stingray in 2006, these harmless-looking sea creatures gained quite a fearsome reputation. Now stingrays do not usually attack humans, but they do use those nasty, poisoned stingers for self-defense.
They don't usually attack humans.
Imagine this piercing through your heart.
Vulture’s Dinner Turned Into A Nightmare After Its Head Got Stuck in Dead Pig’s Butt
The worst of all bad luck.
So how does it feel to have your head stuck inside a pig's butt? We wouldn't know for sure, but one unlucky vulture would have been able to tell the smelly story if only it had the ability to talk.
The story begins with a dead pig lying on the ground, waiting to be feasted on. A lone vulture spotted the carcass, and well, it might have thought that it was its lucky day. But Mother Nature had other plans. Blame it to gravity, or to poor aim, or to pure bad luck, but the vulture's lucky day turned into its worst nightmare.
The poor vulture ended up having its head stuck inside the dead pig's anus. It struggled several times to free itself from the clenched orifice, but to no avail. Fortunately, after an hour or so of painstaking struggle, the vulture was able to pull its head out.