Monday, August 20

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Proof That Working At Animal Hospitals, Shelters, And Rescues Is The Best Job

Proof That Working At Animal Hospitals, Shelters, And Rescues Is The Best Job

Blog
I love my job. I mean, who wouldn't? I get to write about puppies, kittens, inspiring stories, travel destinations...you name it! But that doesn't mean I don't have serious job-envy of others. No, I'm not talking about people who earn millions or travel the world for a living (though that is up there)...instead, I am über-jealous of those who work at animal hospitals, shelters, and rescues. While the work is tough, it is SO rewarding. And here's the proof. 1. Even if someone is looking over your shoulder, it doesn't feel overbearing. Reddit / Blowitback 2. And even if the waiting room is full, it's totally adorable -- not annoying. Reddit / viva_oldtrafford 3. Patients really know h...
This Is Entire Hospital Is Solely For WHAT? It’s So Strange That It’s Cute.

This Is Entire Hospital Is Solely For WHAT? It’s So Strange That It’s Cute.

Science
Do you love bats? Do you love hospitals? ...even if you're not particularly fond of either, you'll probably like the Tolga Bat Hospital in Atherton, Australia. Volunteers at the hospital take care of sick and injured bats. They prepare food, feed the bats, clean them and make these little guys feel special and loved while they're on the mend. If you don't have the time to commit to volunteering at the hospital, you can always swing by for a visit. The hospital is open year round and will let you view the feeding session that takes place between 3 pm and 6 pm. Still not sold on the idea of heading to a bat hospital? Take a look at what you're missing. Tolga Bat Hospital. LOST AT E MINOR Aww, how can anyone not like the...
You’ve Never Seen A Hospital Patient Like This Before. Seriously, OMG.

You’ve Never Seen A Hospital Patient Like This Before. Seriously, OMG.

LIFE
Some things we see in this world blow our minds. One such thing is a Silverback Gorilla getting a routine cardiac workout at a veterinary school. Thanks to a veterinarian student, atodaso, that's exactly what you're about to see. These photos are awesome. Seeing this massive, extraordinary beast incapacitated is a sight in itself. Knowing this animal could tear the entire room apart if he woke up is terrifying. The student admitted it was a little scary, but the drugs were tested thoroughly so they knew it would be okay. Gorillas are really prone to cardiac disease when in captivity, so this was a routine workup. ...