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If there is ways to survive under 50 tons of garbage, Fred the tortoise is sure mastered it all. Before accidentally sent to garbage haven by his owner, Jane Deslandes, Fred was looking for a nice cozy place to hibernate, unfortunately, he found the bin liner. But, he is found, safe and sound though a little tousled, much to his owner’s joy.
He is a good looking chap, isn’t he?
Can you imagine Fred’s pick-up line?
You deserve someone who lift 50 tons of weight for you. Guess what, I just did that.
Check out the original article at www.telegraph.co.uk.
In Tokyo, Japan, a pet parrot named Yosuke flew out of his cage and got lost. The police eventually rescued him from a nearby roof, but they had no idea who his owners are. Fortunately, Yosuke knew the right thing to do. When a veterinarian came to check up on him, he recited his name and full home address (down to the street number). He was soon reunited with his family.
That’s pretty smart. Most little kids who get lost in the mall can only cry and wail until their parents come to find them – not quite as smart as the bird-brained parrot.
What do you do if you want a pet to play with but don’t have the time or space to keep one of your own? Well if you happen to live in (or are visiting) Tokyo, Japan, you can head over to the Nekobukuro and rent one. For 600 yen (or about $5.84) you can play in a cat-centric wonderland where felines let you pet them, play with them, and snap pictures of them as they lounge about.