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A well-known, approximately 30-year-old massive Manta Ray in Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef known as Freckles surprised divers when she approached them and paused, appearing to ask for help.

Divers Jake Wilton and Monty Halls noticed that the ray had fishhooks embedded under one of its eyes. The patient ray seemed to understand that the divers could help remove them. After several tries, they did.

Said Wilton to BBC News: “I went down for a dive [to check up on her] and she stopped and hung around for about 30 seconds above me – it was pretty wild. They have self-awareness and can recognize individual manta rays, so she could have recognized me.”

It’s no secret that humans are a vicious virus that is killing our planet.

However, this video is not only proof that sea creatures feel pain/discomfort from hooks that penetrate their bodies. It shows as well that there is still some humans that care for other living creatures, and therefore our planet.

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Since my blog is 20% intellectual and 80% hooker, the title is appropriate. 

This video is from 2017, which is approximately 600 years in internet time, but HuffPo just brought it to my attention, and honestly, the phrase “too old” doesn’t apply to an extremely important sports video like this one.

It’s not known where this is or when it was exactly filmed, but details like that don’t matter, because the only thing that matters is that Ben is the ruler of golf courses everywhere and isn’t about to let your ball drop in the hole on his watch.

Every time the golfer tries to put a ball in the hole, Ben gets on that ball like a thirsty gay in a dark room. A golfer hasn’t been done in by pussy this hard since that cheating mega slut Tiger Woods passed his peen to every poon imaginable, which cost him a chunk of his fortune.

 
Kitties should now be mandatory at all golf courses.

Otherwise SNOREFEST!

Some of us humans are not-so-patiently waiting for another species to finally take over the world and become our new overlords (since we have fucked shit up), and I always thought it was a race between cats and raccoons. But I’ve been sleeping on birds!

Birds have already tamed Alexa, proved that pussies ain’t the only ones with 9 lives, and mastered the art of tricking a human.

And now they’re moving toward taking away the role of “man’s best friend” from dogs by learning how to bark!

In a video from Roodepoort, Gauteng, South Africa, a bunch of dogs bark at the front gate, and one of them is a really weird-looking dog who looks like he’s about to go off to his night job as a showgirl in a floor show at a casino. But that weird-looking showgirl dog isn’t a dog, he’s a parrot who thinks he’s dog!

“My parrot is like a child in the house he has been part of the family for nineteen years. He grew up amongst dogs and is lovable and super intelligent. He copies many human and dog actions. He loves cuddling and playing with the dogs. He is truly one of a kind.”

And with such fabulous hair! So adorable.

Each year The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show awards ‘Best in Show’ to one lucky dog – but what about the humans? Well, dog enthusiasts can rejoice, now in its 14th year, the Kennel Club’s Dog Photographer of the Year recognises the most talented photographers who are able to capture the best canine photo on their camera.

Submissions come from around the world and are places in ten categories and special mention category: Portrait, Man’s Best Friend, Dogs At Play, Dogs At Work, Puppy, Oldies, I Love Dogs Because – for entrants aged between 12 and 17 years old – Young Pup Photographer – for entrants aged 11 and under – and Assistance Dogs and Rescue Dogs.

This year, Denise Czichocki, from Switzerland, won the overall competition with a picture of her 14-year-old Podengo rescue dog, Merlin.

Dog Photographer Of The Year 2019 Overall Winner And Oldies Category 1st Place Winner, ‘Dreaming Merlin’ By Denise Czichocki, Switzerland

Dog Photographer Of The Year 2019 Overall Winner And Oldies Category 1st Place Winner, ‘Dreaming Merlin’ By Denise Czichocki, Switzerland.

Rescue Dogs Charity Category 1st Place Winner, 'Finntastic' By Anne Geier, Austria

Rescue Dogs Charity Category 1st Place Winner, ‘Finntastic’ By Anne Geier, Austria.

Dogs At Work 1st Place Winner, ‘The Loyal Co-Workers’ By Dorine Scherpel, Canada

Dogs At Work 1st Place Winner, ‘The Loyal Co-Workers’ By Dorine Scherpel, Canada.

Assistance Dogs Charity Category 1st Place Winner, 'Soul Comforter' By Angelika Elendt, Germany

Assistance Dogs Charity Category 1st Place Winner, ‘Soul Comforter’ By Angelika Elendt, Germany

Portrait 3rd Place Winner, ‘Synchronicity’ By Sheena Staples, Canada

Portrait 3rd Place Winner, ‘Synchronicity’ By Sheena Staples, Canada

Rescue Dogs Charity Category 2nd Place Winner, ‘Curiosity’ By Tianhang Zhang, China

Rescue Dogs Charity Category 2nd Place Winner, ‘Curiosity’ By Tianhang Zhang, China

Young Pup Photographer (Aged 11 Years And Under) 1st Place Winner, 'Sea Dog' By Sabine Wolpert, USA

Young Pup Photographer (Aged 11 Years And Under) 1st Place Winner, ‘Sea Dog’ By Sabine Wolpert, USA

Portrait 1st Place Winner, ‘Honey Saluki’ By Anastasia Vetkovskaya, Russia

Portrait 1st Place Winner, ‘Honey Saluki’ By Anastasia Vetkovskaya, Russia

Dogs At Play Category 2nd Place Winner, ‘Let's Jump Rope Together!’ By Zoltan Kecskes, UK

Dogs At Play Category 2nd Place Winner, ‘Let’s Jump Rope Together!’ By Zoltan Kecskes, UK

Assistance Dog Category 2nd Place Winner, ‘Laying Down On The Job’ By Tracy Allard, United States

Assistance Dog Category 2nd Place Winner, ‘Laying Down On The Job’ By Tracy Allard, United States

Dogs At Work 3rd Place Winner, ‘Time For Hunting’ By Nadezhda Ivanova, Russia

Dogs At Work 3rd Place Winner, ‘Time For Hunting’ By Nadezhda Ivanova, Russia

Puppies Category 1st Place Winner, ‘The Little Twins’ By Monica Van Der Maden, Netherlands

Puppies Category 1st Place Winner, ‘The Little Twins’ By Monica Van Der Maden, Netherlands

Special Mention Assistance Dogs Charity Category, ‘Friends For Life’ By Luciana Veras, Brazil

Special Mention Assistance Dogs Charity Category, ‘Friends For Life’ By Luciana Veras, Brazil

Dogs At Play Category 3rd Place Winner, ‘The Joy Of Living’ By Angela Blewaska, Germany

Dogs At Play Category 3rd Place Winner, ‘The Joy Of Living’ By Angela Blewaska, Germany

Special Mention Oldies Category, ‘Till The End Of Time’ By Monica Van Der Maden, Netherlands

Special Mention Oldies Category, ‘Till The End Of Time’ By Monica Van Der Maden, Netherlands

Puppies Category 2nd Place Winner, ‘Father And Son’ By Carlos Aliperti, Brazil

Puppies Category 2nd Place Winner, ‘Father And Son’ By Carlos Aliperti, Brazil

Man’s Best Friend 1st Place Winner ‘Connected’ By Cat Race, UK

Man’s Best Friend 1st Place Winner ‘Connected’ By Cat Race, UK

These are all gorgeous, fabulous photos and beautiful dogs.

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This was Mo, the queen of my house, my baby girl… 

I remember every single detail of her last day. How weak she was, my tears, the guy I was dating (PatrickA) and all he did for me that day.

Mo died three years ago after 14 years together.

My longest relationship, my unconditional love.

I miss you still.

To most of us, summer brings joy, great moments, and of course, our long awaited holidays.

However, this is not the case for most pets in France (and Montreal too because is moving season) as for some of them, summer means stepping out of their comfort and beginning a rough street life.

Each year during the summer, around 100,000 pets suddenly become unwanted and abandoned in France.

This breaks my heart. If you have any heart in you, don’t just dump an animal on the side of the road to potentially die.

Animals have feelings too and no one will love you like them.

Take it to a shelter at least.

In this video from Odessa, Florida, three Golden Retrievers named Taco, Vinnie, and Ozzy all sit around as their human tries to teach them that sharing is caring by passing around some frozen deliciousness on a stick.

If you’re looking at that adorable mug above and telling yourself that’s the face of a dog who loves sharing and is considerate when it comes to his dog brothers brothers their fair share, you get an F in reading faces.

The YouTube description says that the popsicle was mainly for Taco when greedy ass Vinnie and Ozzy showed up to get themselves a lick or five hundred, which is shocking, since dogs are usually known to be patient and polite, and would not ever do anything like pull a treat out of another dog’s mouth.

“Taco was enjoying a popsicle when Vinnie and Ozzy showed up and demanded to have some.”

Ozzy is obviously the poochie on the left who wants all of that frozen deliciousness for himself, and I’m guessing Taco is the cool and calm motherfucker in the middle who isn’t going to strain himself by fighting over a popsicle.

The trio’s human tries to let each pooh have their turn, but Ozzy wants it all to himself, and takes Taco’s turn before Taco shows Ozzy how hogging a popsicle is really done.

This IS how you end a bitch while getting yours at the same time:

Yaaas Taco fuck it up!

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This is a lesson in life for all of us, really.