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Asshole Abandons Dog With Suitcase Of His Belongings

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Last Friday, Kai the dog was left alone at Scotland’s Ayr railway station, complete with a suitcase of all his worldly doggie possessions. The fuzzy, smiley Shar Pei mix was discovered outside the station, tied to a railing. He was left with things like a pillow, toy, dog bowl, and food, but his human was nowhere to be found. He’s currently safely in the care of the Scottish SPCA, but the image of the dog all by himself at a busy station is heartbreaking. Does Kai understand what’s going on? Does he think he did something to deserve this abandonment?

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This Facebook Page Crowdsourced Thousands Of Puppy Pictures For A Teen Fighting Cancer

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Sixteen-year-old Anthony Lyons is undergoing chemo for acute lymphoblastic leukemia in a Phoenix hospital, and one thing that makes him smile through his treatment is man’s best friend. Sometimes he receives therapy dog visits at the hospital, but family friend Roberta Lucero-Koron created a Facebook page for the days he doesn’t, asking that users submit photos of their own dogs to brighten Anthony’s day. Photo Doggies For Anthony began as a small request to a handful of people, but it quickly caught the attention of thousands of strangers. Anthony has now received over half a million pet photos and get-well wishes from around the world. He returned to the hospital this week for more chemo and is no doubt smiling over the photos. Keep reading »

Guy Straps A Go Pro Camera To His Dog Before Leaving The House, Footage Reveals This Is A Tragedy Of Epic Proportions

Guy Straps A Go Pro Camera To His Dog Before Leaving The House, Footage Reveals His Dog Considers This A Tragedy Of Epic Proportions
Or Maybe The Dog Just Hates Pink Floyd?

Welp, I’m never leaving my dog home alone again after watching this video from YouTuber Mike the Intern, who strapped a Go Pro camera to his dog so he could see what trouble he gets up to all day. Turns out, the pup doesn’t get up to much because he’s so busy mourning the terrible loss of his owner from the second the door shuts. Watch and feel your heart shatter as he runs back and forth from the door to the windows, searching for his beloved owner, eventually giving up and collapsing in a pile of clothes, howling at the tapestry on the ceiling (is that Dark Side of the Moon?) like he’ll never be loved or cuddled again. BRB, gotta go beg for my dog Lucca’s forgiveness. [Buzzfeed]

Obese Dachshund Sheds 50 Pounds, Poses For Hot Dog Calendar

Obese Dachshund Sheds 50 Pounds, Poses For Hot Dog Calendar

This pup underwent quite the transformation.

Obie the dachshund, from Portland, Oregon, first made headlines in 2012 when he weighed a startling 77 pounds and his new owner set out on a quest to help him lose more than half of that. Nora Vanatta, a certified veterinary technician who rescued him from his previous owners, put him on a strict diet and exercise regimen. It worked and Obie now clocks in at a healthy 23 pounds. To celebrate, Vanetta has released a 2015 calendar chronicling the pup’s journey. Read more on Huffington Post Weird News…

Watching This Dog Walk Like A Human Is Inexplicably Disturbing

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I Mean, This Can't Be Fun For Her

There is something about this dog walking down the street on her hind legs like a girl that is so odd, so off, that my physical reaction to it is somewhat akin to hearing the sound of nails on a chalkboard. Is it the backpack that freaks me out so much? Is it the ease with which the dog moves, as if she’s never known the comfort of life on four legs at all? I JUST DON’T KNOW. Remember that episode of “Spongebob” where he and Patrick visit the town of Rock Bottom and everything there is just wrong? That is how this video makes me feel. [HuffPost]

Men Check Out My Dog More Than Me & I Have Mixed Feels About It

Men check out my dog more than me. I only wish I were kidding.

I’ve gotten used to catching unexpected smiles creep onto strangers’ faces while gazing at Henny (why yes, she does look like a bear cub). But after one of our daily walks last month, during which I passed four men in their 30s and noticed, with sinking resignation, that THEY ALL BEAMED ADORINGLY AT MY DOG WITHOUT EVEN A CURSORY GLANCE AT ME, I realized: something is changing. I’m changing. Keep reading »

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