Justice for Michigan dog shot in the face with arrow!

This dog was shot twice with an arrow. He was later dumped and left to die in Lexington Heights area in Croswell, Michigan. I saw the plea for justice on social media and decided to set up this campaign, I could really use everyone’s help to gather signatures and send them to the local officials so they could act accordingly.

The dog went missing at the beginning of January when there were subzero temperatures for a couple of weeks; the owners wasted no time in reporting the incident to the police and local animal control; for a fortnight there were no updates, but they caught a break when the canine was discovered with two arrows lodged in his head, abandoned on the side of the road. Police believe the pet was being held somewhere inside as the blizzard hit Michigan for an extended period of time; either two people were involved or he was chained so the attacker could have shot him.

The dog was immediately taken to the veterinarian, his arrows were successfully removed and his recovery has gotten underway.

Please support this campaign and share widely and demand that police deploy all resources available into this case. We, the undersigned, demand that the suspect(s) is /are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law and no leniency is spared.

This dog never hurt anyone, what right did these monsters have to act in this manner? None! They need to suffer harshly for their deeds.

The pet had gone missing from his home for two weeks

He was discovered with two arrows lodged in his head

The arrows were removed and the recovery process is now underway

10 year old seniors ARCHIE sat quietly in shelter lobby as his owner walked away


ARCHIE sat quietly in the shelter lobby as his owner walked away 3 days after Christmas.

He had no idea what was happening when he unknowingly looked up at his family for the last time. It had been a quick goodbye, and suddenly a lifetime of good memories were gone. Now ARCHIE sits in a metal kennel as Carson Animal Care Center in Carson, California. His family no longer had time for them. What did he do wrong?

#A5139538 My name is ARCHIE and I’m an approximately 10 year old male Scot Terrier. I am already neutered. I have been at the Carson Animal Care Center since 12/28. I will be available on 12/28. You can visit me at my temporary home at CRECEIVING.

My former family who owned me for more than 5 years had to give me up because they couldn’t afford the care I need. But they said that I spend most of my time outdoors, but it’s not ideal.

I seem to be good with small children. I have not been housetrained. I am good on a leash. I am just learning obedience skills. I seem to get along well with dogs.


🔹 Scot Terrier
🔹 AGE:10 years
🔹 Male (N)
🔹 ARRIVED:12/28
🔹 Carson Shelter – 310-523-9566
🔹 M-TH 12pm-7pm, F-SU- 10am-5pm
🔹216 W Victoria St. Gardena, CA 90248

INTERESTED IN FOSTERING? If you’re in LA, OC, San Bernadino or Riverside County and would like to apply to foster a Carson pup, please call to complete the foster application. Thanks!

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Man adopt senior dog, on a walk one day he stopped, looks into his eyes and realizes!

Most older cats and dogs really like to enjoy their old age and relax and toddle about as they please, with their best human friends.

These older pets really want to show their love and affection towards us, but it’s these same older pets, that are abandoned…

Unfortunately these older and senior pets, unlike the younger ones have great difficulty when they are abandoned. To find a new loving home is so difficult as most people want to adopt a younger animal, and then the older ones get passed by.

To help people to actually adopt older pets, and those pets that need special care, PETA have collaborated with the singer Yusuf Islam, also known as Cat Stevens. Around fifty years ago Islam had a song that rejoiced in the bond of dog and human, it’s called “I Love My Dog”.

To honor the songs fiftieth anniversary Islam gave to PETA permission to use the song for their video that tells us all about how great it is to adopt a pet, but more importantly a senior pet!

This video is great, its a real bow of tissues affair when you watch it! It shows when he adopts a senior dog from an animal shelter. You see that right from the beginning there is a clear strong bond between them.

The man brings the dog hole from the shelter who decides to have a root through his garbage, just in case there is anything good in it! When his owner sees what he has done he simply laughs and clears it all up…

The two, senior dog and owner have a really great time, long walks, new tricks and sleeping close to each other, how sweet!

As you see the man and his dog bonding Yusuf sings:

“I love my dog as much as I love you. But you may fade, my dog will always come through.”
As you see the senior dog and his owner on a walk one day, the dog sits to look at him, the owner feels there is something wrong. He takes his friend to the vet…

He learns that its tile to say goodbye to his faithful friend…

And he is crushed by his loss of his best friend, but at the same time he had so much joy from their time together.

Then he gets a flyer in his mail to say there is another adoption event on, he goes right over there to find another dog in need!

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Grab yourself some tissues and see the beautiful video below, and encourage everyone you know to share this and adopt a senior animal in need!


He Watches Cow Collapse In Middle Of Field. When He Sees Why He Refuses To Leave Her Side

Many people think animals are just dumb creatures with no feelings or emotions, but anyone who has spent any time with an animal knows that is just not true. Many animals feel happiness, anger, jealousy, and pain, much in the same way we do.

Benjamin Tipps witnessed this firsthand when he was visiting family on Mother’s Day.

A cow in a nearby field had been in labor for several days and was struggling with the birth. As Benjamin watched, the cow collapsed into the grass.

He rushed over to see what was going on and when he got closer his heart broke. The sac holding the calf had burst, resulting in it being stillborn.

As soon as the mother cow realized her baby was dead she became sad and withdrawn. Benjamin’s heart broke for her and he knew he couldn’t leave her side while she mourned.

Benjamin’s wife, Kayla, captured the sweet moment when her husband laid down in the grass next to the cow to console her.

“She was crushed — just devastated, and she was tired from the labor,” Kayla said. “She laid down, and Ben laid down and was kind of massaging her and comforting her.”

“What a great heart this man has,” Kayla wrote when she posted the picture. “This momma cow lost her baby yesterday and Benjamin laid with her and petted her to try and comfort her. Such a sweet yet heartbreaking picture.”

Thankfully the cow’s heart is mending and she is doing much better now, but that hasn’t stopped people all over the world from sending their condolences. Thousands were touched by Benjamin’s tenderhearted actions.

“What a caring, loving person,” one person wrote. “I needed to see that and be reminded of the gentleness that can still exist in humanity.”

We can all learn a lesson from this kind-hearted man and be mindful to show others a little more kindness and compassion.

Was your heart touched by what Benjamin did for this heartbroken cow? So share this!


When the F-150 Raptor just isn’t big enough try the F-250 MegaRaptor

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In the world of trucks there are few purchases more extravagant than a new Ford F-150 Raptor, but some fans didn’t think it was quite big enough.

Jeremy Dixon from Tucson’s F250R.com wanted something a bit bigger so he built the MegaRaptor.

This converted F-250 Super Duty is an off-road monster with a tougher frame and suspension than its little brother.

The MegaRaptor’s 6.7 liter PowerStroke V8 turbo-diesel engine can crank out 440 hp and 860 lb-ft of torque, which is a pretty big step up from the regular Raptor’s standard EcoBoost V6.

F250R will convert any 2005-2016 era F-250 for about $28,000. Depending on the specs of the F-250 base, the total cost of your new MegaRaptor could be more than $70,000.

While most of you won’t be able to afford the MegaRaptor, you can at least see it in action with the video below.


Firing .50 BMG rounds from a true hand cannon

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Meet the Thunder .50 BMG handgun, and say goodbye to your wrists.

This prototype pistol has been around for about a decade now, but you’ll rarely hear anything about it.

Triple Action, LLC out of Logan, Utah was interested in producing more of these bad boys as a marketing trick to promote their recoil reduction systems.

The company is gone, but the pistol still remains. This hand cannon, and we do mean cannon, fires a .50 cal BMG out of the palm of your hand.

See it in action on the range below.


Guy comes home from work, and everyday his pet iguana greets him just like a dog

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No one believed Dave Durham when he said his reptile would greet him when he arrives home.

Dave has told many people about his pet iguana, Buddy.

Buddy is a very tame iguana. And when Dave arrives home from work, he’ll go to the yard and call for Buddy.

Buddy comes running, just like a dog.

You don’t see reptiles doing this every day…


2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon gets an official price tag and it’s not cheap

The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is arguably the most highly anticipated muscle car of 2017.

The top contender in the horsepower wars features 840 hp, 770 lb-ft of torque, 0-60 mph time of 2.3 seconds, and a price tag sitting just over $86,000.

That monumental figure includes a hefty $1,700 “gas guzzler” tax and $1,095 destination charge, which is relatively low given all things considered.

To sweeten the pot Dodge is tossing in a complimentary driver training course at the Bob Bondurant School of High-performance Driving in Chandler, Arizona.

For just $1 buyers can add on the Demon Crate, a goodie bag of epic proportions. The Demon Crate includes all the tools you need to install custom parts like narrow front-runner wheels for drag racing and a powertrain control module, which is necessary to achieve the highly touted 840 hp.

All other options like upholstery, seat ventilation, heated steering wheels, and more can be added on for just $1 each.

If you’ve got the scratch and love a good muscle car, act fast because Dodge is limiting the run to 3,000 units in the US and only another 300 in Canada.

See the official reveal video from the New York Auto Show below.

Breaking an egg at 300 yards from standing position with a .22lr

Kristen Joy Weiss tries her hand at a long range trick shot with the help of a Volquartsen Inferno Adjustable stock.

She’s firing a Lapua Midas+ .22lr from an open standing position at an egg located 300 yards away. Even through her Nightforce 2.5-10×42 scope, Kristen can barely see the egg.

That’s quite a long way for such a little bullet!

Unlike other trick shooters, Kristen will include all of her misses in her videos. We’ve started the clip below from her final shot, rewind to the beginning to learn more about her weapon of choice and see the mistakes.

Man makes pipe-guns from scrap, sells them to gun “buyback” program for $300

Most buyback programs are an absolute joke.

While they are intended to “take guns off the street,” a surprisingly few number of criminals choose to participate in these government sponsored events.

These events often collect a variety of broken, used, or inherited firearms from law-abiding citizens in exchange for somewhere between $50 and $100.

YouTuber Royal Nonesuch has made a living making videos where he builds and fires a variety of simple pipe-guns from scrap.

When his home town of Columbia, missouri offered $100 per firearm at their Gift 4 Gun Exchange buyback, Royal Nonesuch just had to participate.

“I don’t have too much time or energy invested in any of these guns,” he says before selling three homemade weapons for a quick $300. He later said he plans to put that money toward more firearm projects.

According to the Columbia Missoruian, 41 firearms were turned in at this event. Cory Crosby, a local businessman, raised $1,120 through a fundraiser for the event, which wasn’t quite enough to cover the $4,100 he handed out. The event’s co-sponsor Sean Spence said they’d like to do it again assuming they can raise enough money next time.

Watch Royal Nonesuch’s video about his money-making opportunity below.