If you’re a pet owner, you know how painful it is to lose your beloved animal. It feels even worse when your beloved pet gets killed by a massive python.
Take it from this family from Pathum Thani, Thailand who recently lost their precious cat named Bobo. Much to their shock and surprise, they eventually discovered that a 17-ft python swallowed their poor ginger tabby.
Authorities were immediately alerted by the family.
Apparently, the huge serpent slithered into the family’s home and then “curled up under the kitchen sink in a comfy place to digest the three-year-old cat – which weighed around 3kg,” reported Mirror.
Saowarak Charoen, who is 59 years of age, eventually spotted the bloated snake and so she decided to call the police from the Khu Bang Luang district.
Two police officers, three animal rescuers, and one reporter arrived at the scene.
The large snake, with its bulging stomach, was dragged outside of the family’s house.
“There was a tail pointing out of it and I thought the snake was small, so I ran outside and called the police.
“When they arrived they said it was enormous. I was shocked.”
The serpent then began to spit the poor cat out.
Needless to say, the owner is very much disturbed with what happened to her beloved pet.
“I get upset every time I think about poor Bobo and how he died,” lamented Saowarak.
Saowarak with one of her other pet cats.
You can watch the video below but be warned: some viewers may find the footage distressing.
According to the wildlife officers, the python was measured to be more than five meters in length. They also said they released it back into the wild.
You Need to Stop Boiling Your Underwear in Hotel Kettles, Stat
Not cool, guys. Not cool.
There are unspoken rules in life that need no inclusion in any physical rulebook. There are things you just don't do. An example, you ask? How about boiling your unmentionables in hotel kettles.
In case you haven't heard, it's apparently a common practice among inconsiderate hotel guests to boil their undergarments in hotel kettles. It's so common that experts are alarmed and feel the need to issue a warning for people to just not do it.
Experts warn that boiling your underwear in hotel kettles can spread deadly toxins.
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Hidden cameras seem to be everywhere these days.
Couples are always told to "get a room" if they are observed to be too touchy with each other. But these days, a lot of the couples can no longer wait and they just had to do it out in the open where anyone can spot them. Videos of couples filmed doing lewd acts in public have become rampant and this new one happens to be in the Philippines.
This couple was seen talking to each other casually as if nothing fishy will happen moments later. They were looking around, most likely to try to see if the coast is clear. What they didn't know is that someone from above was filming them.
There seems to be nothing goin on here....
Woman Speeding On A Zipline Nearly Bitten By An Alligator Lurking In The Pond Below
A woman testing a zipline nearly got bitten by an alligator leaping from the pond below it.
Outdoor activities are supposed to be fun while experiencing nature is supposed to be relaxing and refreshing. Put them together and people should have the best time of their lives. But what if going on a nature adventure means danger?
A reptile encounter can be pretty scary most especially when it is an alligator or a crocodile that comes popping in front of you. These creatures are usually found in lakes or swamps so if you're going on those areas, be very alert or you might end up being the next special alligator meal.
A ziplining woman nearly became a lunch when an alligator leaped out of the pond and tried to bite her.
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