Pilot Rock City has had enough. The residents are tired of cowering in their homes with the blinds drawn while a horde of enraged turkeys terrorizes their community. The fowl-army rolls into Pilot Rock in numbers reaching up to 70, but in classic guerrilla warfare style, the birds splinter into smaller groups when they hit the town.
A family in the North Pole had a Christmas miracle when their husky was rescued by a man who calls himself ‘St. Nick’. Jeff Hayes and his brother-in-law were heading home to the North Pole, Alaska when they stopped in northern BC.
Buttermilk isn’t your average beagle. She can leap tall buildings in a single bound! Well, not really.
Just when we thought Florida couldn’t get any wilder, an opossum goes and proves us wrong. An opossum in Fort Walton Beach, Okaloosa Island County broke into a liquor store the day after Thanksgiving and decided to keep the holiday spirit going. She knocked over a bottle of 21-year-old bourbon and helped herself to a couple of drinks.
It appears that Savage Cuties wasn’t the first TV show spoof that Mashable’s put together in the last little while. Check out Hamster Things, a reimagined Stranger Things. This isn’t the first incident we can recall with Stranger Things being re-cast with much furrier actors.
If you can’t quite wait until the next season of Game of Thrones comes out (mainly to get a peek at Jon Snow and Daenarys Targaryen’s weird-but-hot incestuous love affair) fear not. Charles Dance, aka Tywin Lannister narrates this equally epic tale. Betrayal, death and family feuds drive the adorable-but-ferocious story of Savage Cuties.
Gangster’s come in all shapes and species, from Wu-Tang’s RZA to this camera-nabbing seagull but they don’t hold a candle to Sammy the Seal. Sammy the Seal is a Wicklow local who’s figured out the ultimate snacking life-hack. He swims up to the South Quay in Wicklow, Ireland three times a day.
We all love Claire Foy and Matt Smith but if The Crown were to replace them with fuzzy, short-legged doggo’s we would be 100% fine with it. In a stroke of genius, Netflix re-created an all-too-short clip of an intense episode with Queen Elizabeth (Claire Foy) and Prince Phillip (Matt Smith) but replaced the human actors with… corgis.
When a rapper sue’s a dog walker, is it a dawg-fight or a dog-fight? Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA (aka Robert Diggs) is taking legal action against a Brooklyn dog walking company called ‘Woof-Tang Clan’. The dog walking company infringed on the hip-hop group’s name and logo.
When Colin J. Carlson decided to give letter grades to foxes, he had no idea what proverbial can of worms he was opening up. You can’t introduce something like this to the Twitter world and not expect all of the internet-addicted weirdo’s to start reposting (us included, obviously).