How Animals Eat Their Food
this is my fav thing omg.
this is great. way funnier as a video thou.
why hasn’t this got more notes?
i’m crying with laughter… the kangaroo one though i can’t
For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference.
“The loneliest people are the kindest. The saddest people smile the brightest. The most damaged people are the wisest. All because they do not wish to see anyone else suffer they way they do.”
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TWO-LEGGED CHIHUAHUA AND SILKIE CHICKEN BECOME BEST FRIENDS - "They spend most of their waking hours just walking around here…"
A disabled Chihuahua named Roo was found abandoned and buried under some leaves in Georgia. Roo was born without front legs and uses a wheelchair to get around. A Silkie Chicken named Penny was given up after being used for experiments at a school. Roo and Penny both ended up at the Duluth Animal Hospital and quickly became best friends. Their owner works at the hospital and brings them to work every day. Read more from the LA Times:
The dog is a Chihuahua who was born without front legs. He was found abandoned one year ago on Christmas Day, buried beneath some leaves. A Good Samaritan found the dog and brought him to the animal hospital. He was named Roo, as in kangaroo. “He hops around really well,” Jennings told the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday. He also uses a type of makeshift wheelchair to get around.
The chicken is a breed called a silky chicken and is probably the fanciest chicken you ever did see. It was being given up after experiments at a local veterinary school, Jennings said, and was also taken in by the Duluth Animal Hospital. She was named Penny.
And when Roo met Penny, it was love at first sight.
"They spend most of their waking hours just walking around here," Jennings said. (They officially "belong" to a woman who works at the Duluth Animal Hospital. They live with her, and she brings them to work most days.)
No surprise, Roo and Penny are quite popular around Duluth. “People come in here who aren’t even clients, just to see them,” Jennings said.
Roo came from difficult circumstances but was able to find a loyal friend in Penny. Now, they both bring a lot of joy to many people. Click here for the full story and here to learn more about Duluth Animal Hospital (Photos from their Facebook page).