If Dogs Could Text Here Are 15 Hilarious Ones To Expect! #15 Is Just EPIC!

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if dogs could text? Wonder no more! Here are a bunch of transcripts that show exactly how that would work out! 1. You’ll find out just how yummy your important documents are. 2. Your greedy little pup will tell you how awesome “fat” is. 3. They’ll win every argument by using their neutering against you. 4. It’d be super easy to cheer them up, even long distance! 5. There will be lots of arguments about how toilet paper should be used. Lots of them. 6. Helping your pup out with their daily adventures will become easier, and more hilarious. 7. You’ll question what the point of opposable thumbs is if anything you put hours of effort into can be destroyed in mere seconds by paws. 8. If you have a pup with a mean streak, you’re in for some tough trouble. 9. Ever wonder what your pups do when you’re out? They drive. 10. There’s a pet version of the bro code. Educate yourself on it. 11. Better watch out for autocorrect while training your pup, or you’ll have some cleaning up to do. 12. Stories about your pup’s day might be a bit… boring. 13. If your pup gets sad when you leave, imagine the texts they’ll send while you’re gone. 14. Maybe your pup will show that he’s into hip hop. 15. You’ll have all the deep conversations. 16. If texting is a skill, then your pup can teach other pups. Look out. 17. You’ll have debates about all the important things in life. 18. Pups aren’t the best at jokes. 19. If pups kept pets, it’d probably be their fleas. 20. Pups can’t keep secrets very long, so prepare to hear about them. 21. They might draw the wrong conclusions about sounds. 22. You can try to help the postman out, but your pup is on to you. 23. When you have guests over, prepare for a nightmare. 24. Prepare to be guilt tripped when you send your pup to the vet. 25. And finally, you’ll love hearing about your pup’s escapades – until you realize what they mean. Feature Image Source: Tiffy40

State Supreme Court Finds Dogs Are “Sentient Beings,” Not Mere Property

Dogs, and other pets, have always been considered mere property by the law. This means that they are legally considered to be on the same level as furniture, which cannot be searched without permission from their owners or a warrant. However, all this changed last week, when the Oregon Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling that instigated dogs as “sentient beings capable of experiencing pain, stress and fear”. While we may already be well aware of a dog’s sentience, this court ruling is a significant step forward in the fight against animal abuse. The ruling places pups between mere objects and human, stating that they can be bought, sold, and killed for food, but also decreeing that they should be protected from abuse and neglect. This turn was taken due to events that began in 2010 with the case of a dog named Juno. Portland resident, Amanda Newcomb, was allegedly leaving Juno in a kennel for hours on end as well as beating and starving him. The reports of Juno’s mistreatment led to an animal cruelty investigator with the Oregon Humane Society arriving on scene to look into the allegations. Juno was found with “no fat on his body” according Oregon Live, and had been “eating at random things in the yard, and trying to vomit”. Juno was taken to a veterinarian at the Oregon Humane Society, who found him severely emaciated. On a body condition score, Juno was graded with a 1.5 out of 9. The vet then drew Juno’s blood to test for parasites or other health conditions that may have caused his lack of health. None were found, and Newcomb was charged with second-degree animal neglect. During her trial, Newcomb argued that Juno was property and therefore the blood drawn from the pup was illegally done without a warrant. However, the prosecutor compared the vet’s investigation to what they would have done for a child. After crossing a few hurdles, the Oregon court now has a law that pets are more than property and must be given basic care. Amazing progress! Give this a like and a share if you’re glad for this milestone! Feature Image Source: Oregon Live

This Old Cat Was So Happy To Be Rescued That She Couldn’t Stop Purring!

The average lifespan of pet cats is 15. If you’ve had lots of cats throughout your life, probably you’ve had more than few cats pass that age. 20-year-old Oswald is an orange tabby. He’s still going strong no matter he might be older than most kittens! In any case, Oswald’s past owners didn’t agree. They gave the feline to a shelter, without letting them know his name or why they needed to surrender him. Luckily, that wasn’t the end of Oswald’s story; it was the start of his new life! Thankfully to the Kitty Adventure Rescue League and Sanctuary, Oswald is doing extraordinary. A member from the Kitty Adventure Rescue League and Sanctuary chose to take Oswald into her sanctuary and give him some new hope and better life. Most felines don’t like water or baths; however Oswald appeared to be happy to at last be clean. “This boy is a champ. He let me bathe him, and he ate everything I put down for him, all he needed was some chin scratches,” told Karyn, Oswald’s new owner. He may have a grouchy face, however Oswald adores individuals and is excited to associate with ones who love him back! Oswald hasn’t stopped purring once since arriving in his new home. “He wants you to know he adores you,” told his owner. He’s always behind me no matter where I am.”

Creative Dad Builds An Awesome Bunk Bed For His Daughter!

People have their own imaginations, especially children. No matter what they want or where they are, they can just turn about any room into their wildest dreams. An essential part of any child’s development is playing pretend, and that’s why it is always super to hear those parents that have an opportunity to recognize their kids’ creativity and encourage them in every way they can. This DIY cool father chose to do precisely that. After buying a secondhand Ikea bunk bed, he chose to turn his girl’s room into the beautiful setting for some make believe adventures. The end of this project is something any child would have been lucky to have while getting older. Look at these amazing ideas and don’t forget to share this amazing project with your family and friends on Facebook! This smart father started by turning a secondhand bunk bed into an L-shaped bunk. His daughter’s bed would sit perpendicularly under the new bunk. Then he started the process of making the L-shaped bunk bed to look like a tree house. He was able to give the tree house a rustic look by using untreated cypress wood. To remove any splinters, a large amount of sanding was involved. After that, he moved on to the tree because every tree house needs a tree. He made fake tree of layers upon layers of polystyrene. Then the polystyrene base was coated with a paper clay skin. The final result was very cool and realistic. He painted the tree with a couple of layers of brown latex paint. He dipped into some darker brown acrylics to add depth in order to create the look of bark. After putting up the tree, he realized he needed to add something more to the project. He chose something simple – leaves. From large sheets of polystyrene he cut out big canopy shapes and painted each layer a separate shade of green. He also added the ceiling fan into the project. Also, he couldn’t resist adding a little of light into the tree house. He installed led strips that create the illusion of a starry, pretty night. His daughter will have lots of adventures in her new tree house bunk bed. Don’t forget to share this amazing project with your friends and families on Facebook!

She Saved Her Son’s Life During The Orlando Shooting. How He Reacts At Her Funeral? Tears.

A true hero and loving mother of 11, Brenda Lee Marquez McCool was laid to rest on Monday at the age of 49 after putting her son’s life before her own. In the highest display of maternal love and protection, McCool shielded her son from the onslaught of bullets that were fired at the Pulse nightclub in the recent Orlando tragedy. McCool was a true fighter, having survived cancer twice before saving her son by taking two bullets that would end her life. Her son, 21-year-old Isaiah Henderson, paid tribute to his mother with a touching eulogy during her funeral at the First United Methodist Church of Orlando on Monday. About 200 people were present, and a video of the event was broadcast by NBC news. Henderson spoke of the gratitude he felt towards his mother and the pain of her loss. He began with words that spoke volumes of McCool’s life. “I just want to say my mom was the best mom out there.” Henderson then broke down as he said, “I never thought her life would be ended right in front of my eyes.” His uncle and brother had to rush to him and support him. McCool’s love and acceptance towards everyone she encountered left a lasting impact on Henderson’s life. “Everyone who knew my mom knew that she was the mom everyone wanted.” he said. “She loved everyone deeply no matter what.” Henderson revealed that he hadn’t stopped crying since the tragedy. Take a look at this video Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer declared a national day of mourning for McCool, and one of her other sons, Farrell Marshall, sought donations for her family but putting up a GoFundMe page. The service ended with her family honoring her life and sacrifices by releasing 49 white balloons into the sky. Do share this story around. Feature Image Source: Inside Edition

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