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Missing 3-Year-Old Boy Found Alive, Says He ‘Hung Out With A Bear For Two Days’

What an incredible story!


A three-year-old boy was missing for days, but he was found alive with a very interesting story to tell. Casey Hathaway was playing at his grandmother’s yard in Ernul, North Carolina with two other children, but he did not come back inside with them.

Investigators immediately launched a massive search effort for the boy through “tough” wooded terrain surrounding the property. After the crew received a tip, Casey was eventually found near from where he disappeared.

Casey’s aunt, Breanna Hathaway, posted Friday on Facebook, assuring everyone that her nephew was safely home and is healthy and happy. She then shared the little boy’s fascinating story.

She wrote:

“He said he hung out with a bear for two days. God sent him a friend to keep him safe. God is good God. Miracles do happen.”

In a separate post, Hathaway said Casey enjoys watching “Masha and the Bear,” which is a show about a little girl named Masha and a paternal bear who keeps her from harm.

Hathaway added:

“We appreciate the thoughts, but we do want to recognize that everyone wants to get Casey a stuff little bear and although we absolutely love that remember that he can only home so many.”

Law enforcement is still unsure how Casey remained mostly healthy in the woods for two days without food or water.

Craven County Sheriff Chip Hughes said at a news conference that search crews found Casey wet, cold, and tangled in vines, but not seriously injured.

“He hasn’t said a whole lot except when his little sister came in there he really brightened up then. It was a very touching moment.”

Authorities are still trying to determine what exactly happened, but suspect Casey was moving around in the woods while they searched for him. Hughes added that at no point did the officer believe the toddler had been abducted.


You Can Now Name a Cockroach After Your Ex This Valentine For Only $2

You probably need this service!

Think your ex is a real pest? Here's your chance to turn that into reality. As it appears, a zoo in England is offering people that opportunity by letting them name a cockroach after a former lover.

Located in southeast London, the Hemsley Conservation Centre is letting anyone do exactly that for the price of £1.50 (or about US $2). If you are still carrying a grudge against your ex flame, this might sound really appealing for you.

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Artist Turns Cats Into Giants and It’s Adorably Hilarious!

Catzilla lives!

They're often lazy, sometimes chubby, and usually adorable yet annoying. No, ladies, we're not talking about your boyfriends and husbands - this is all about our beloved cats!

Although our furry feline friends have not reached a status as that of a dog (a.k.a. "man's best friend"), it's safe to say they've undoubtedly made it into everyone's hearts. In fact, it's almost always impossible to spend a day on social media without encountering cat-themed memes, GIFs, videos and whatnots.

Cats are indeed impossible to resist and they even become a source of inspiration for many artists. Case in point, the Photoshopped images below show us what it's like if cats were actually giants!

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Fierce Genius Turned Airpods Into Earrings So You’ll Never Lose Them

For anyone who has ever worried about losing their Airpods.

Anyone who owns Airpods knows the pain of keeping them in sight. Without wires to hold them together, it's easy to lose these pricey earphones. However, one truly fierce genius has found an awesome way to make sure they never loses their Airpods while still looking fashionable. They decided to turn the wireless earphones into earrings and has called them "airings".

Gabrielle Reilly from Virginia is the genius behind the awesome "airings." The Airpods are secured into a detachable clasp that fastens them into the earrings. All you have to do is pop them in when you want to use them and simply take the earphones out when they need to charge. It's an amazing invention that no one has ever thought of before.

Reilly's original tweet shows off how the "airings" work.

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