Stay tuned for a philly event in late august…
Like wizard fight,
but with kitties.
A Chattanooga Police officer, while running radar at 1410 Workman Road on Sunday night, had his patrol car attacked by a ferocious bulldog.
Officer Clayton Holmes said he had stopped to work on a report when he felt his car shaking. He got out to investigate and what he found was a bulldog chewing on his patrol car.
Man’s Best Friend Fights Back. Bulldog Attacks and Destroys a Police Cruiser (via ninjabikeslut)
GRRRL GOES ON
Vox Populi, 319 N. 11th St., noon to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. 215-238-1236 or www.voxpopuligallery.org. Through April 27
Panel discussion, noon Saturday, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, 1400 N. American St., 215-232-5678
The Smokin’ Gun Revue: Grrrl Power Edition
Dead Flowers Cabaret performs burlesque and sideshow; music by Demonstrative Girls. 9 p.m. Saturday at Connie’s Ric Rac, 1132 S. Ninth St., 215-279-7587
Noon Sunday, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, 1400 N. American St., 215-232-5678
No one knows what happened to this tired, trapped coyote caught specifically to be used on Animal Planet's Call of the Wild fake “reality” show. A Mother Jones investigation in January revealed a host of abuses against other animals, yet the show has not been canceled.
A new investigation shows more violations of animal welfare and possible interstate transport laws. The coyote pictured was kept confined for more than 80 hours, illegal in Kentucky. The coyote became so ill that another coyote was purchased for $500 from an Ohio breeding facility. Rarely is permission given to import a wild animal from another state and it is doubtful permission was given.
No one knows what happened to either coyote after filming.
Why is this fake “reality” show still on air? Why hasn’t Animal Planet permanently pulled it and stopped airing repeat episodes? Clear evidence of abuse and mistreatment has been revealed.
Please email Animal Planet directly and demand they remove Call of the Wild from their lineup and cease airing previously-aired episodes.
Ben Gore for Magenta