Cat given half a litre of vodka to save her life
Remember when you needed a little liquor to save your own life? Yeah, good times. A cat named Missey fell seriously ill after some hoodlums in Middlesbrough, U.K. doused her in anti-freeze. But when her owners rushed their pet to the vet, they were shocked by the proposed remedy. The cat was to be put on an alcohol drip, as the ethanol in vodka would help neutralize the poison. Minus the hangover, she made a full recovery.
Woman Spends Entire Week In KFC After Getting Dumped By Her Boyfriend
We’ve all been in this woman’s shoes – curled up in front of the TV with a tub of ice cream – but at least we maintained a shred of dignity by keeping it private. But for Tan Shen, 26, the only answer to her relationship woes was the colonel’s 11 secret herbs and spices. She spent a whole week at a 24/7 KFC in China stuffing her face with fried chicken, and only left after local media started showing up to take pictures. We hope she’s since found a healthier outlet.
Woman Mistakes Boat Ramp For Road, Drives Into Harbor
Talk about a wrong turn. Ninety-two-year-old Eva Lenfest is lucky to be alive after she drove her car straight into Belfast Harbour in Maine. To her credit, the ramp and road were covered in a layer of leaves, which could help explain why she couldn’t tell where the pavement ended. Fortunately, two men were working nearby and rushed to her rescue.
Woman looking for love online gets stuck in man’s chimney
Apparently she was looking for love in all the wrong places. It all started when Genoveva Nunez-Figueroa of California met a man who is only identified as “Lawrence” online. They must have really hit it off, because this was her second time trying to break into the home. While firefighters had to use heavy tools and dish soap to get her out, she ended up being just fine. Minus the charges of illegal entry she’s now facing, that is.
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Python has virgin birth at Kentucky zoo
It’s the second coming folks. A reticulated python named Thelma recently gave birth to six snakes in Kentucky, without having any contact with males. The eggs actually popped out six years ago, but it took researchers until now to study the genetics of the surviving offspring to discover that they were part clones of their mother.