White Men Brave Freezing Temperatures to Save Herd of Elk that Fell Through Ice into Cold Wyoming Water (Video)

White men to the rescue again. If Hollywood were to make this incident into a movie, a Nagger and a Lesbian feminist would be jumping into freezing water to save the elk.

CBS Local Denver

ALPINE, Wyo. (CBS4) — About a dozen elk were pulled from the icy waters of a Wyoming reservoir Friday morning, thanks to several sets of helpful hands.

Up to 25 people joined in the effort to bring the elk to shore in most cases, according to a Facebook post by the Wyoming Game And Fish Department.

“Luckily, the elk fell in 20 yards from the shoreline which allowed us to open up a path in the ice back to shore,” stated the department in the post.

But a Facebook video provided by Dusty Jones showed the last two animals being pulled from the water directly onto the ice.

“What an amazing start to this day! All elk survived. Great to see the community come together and help these animals,” Jones wrote in his post.

The elk fell into a section of Palisades Reservoir which lies on the state’s western border with Idaho.

Jones, one of the first people to come upon the animals, guessed they were fooled by previous conditions.

“There is usually no water in that section this time of year,” Jones wrote to CBS4. He thought last year’s heavy winter runoff may have filled the reservoir to higher levels than usual.

The Fish and Game Department surmised ice conditions were a cause.

“The ice on the reservoir is weaker in some locations, likely due to some thermal springs underneath the surface, and the elk fell in.”

The department credited members of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, the Wyoming Department of Transportation, and the local community for their assistance.

Real life ain’t Hollywood. Be proud of your Wyoming brothers, white man.

There’s more video embedded on the CBS Denver site.

Negros Condemn the White Race for Bunny Rescue


You’re damn right I would save a bunny rather than a lady or gentleman of color from a wildfire.

The Negros allegedly have brains enough that they should be saving themselves rather than waiting on me to save them.

The typical lady or gentleman of color wouldn’t save a bunny from a wildfire. They wouldn’t save a fellow black even. What they would do is rob the dead bodies of people caught up in the fire.

Observe how a black writer is upset that a white youth saved a bunny from the California wildfires. Blacks always have to make everything about them.

Daily Caller

A man who heroically saved a bunny from a California wildfire apparently shows “everything wrong with whiteness,” according to an article published Monday.

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Latino Who Claimed to Have Rescued Bunny from California Wildfires Exposed as Liar as White Youth Steps Forward with Proof He’s the Real Hero



The Daily Mail is trying to sell the story that Oscar saved a different rabbit. So why did he falsely claim to be the man in the video that shows the rabbit rescue?

Scroll through the story to see the injured rabbit and the video of the rescue.

Daily Mail

Caleb Wadman, one of the two potential overnight heroes who saved a rabbit from the wildfires in Southern California, has described his daring rescue.

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Man Who Rescued Bunny from California Wildfires Now Facing Backlash


Donald Trump didn’t divide America. We’ve always had too many busybodies, snitches, whiners, and complainers.

No wonder the bunny rescuer initially kept his identity a secret. No matter what you do these a**holes will criticize it. It’s all they know.

In light of the stinging criticism, bunny rescue man Oscar Gonzales has revealed his identity and is talking.

Watch the rabbit rescue in my earlier post.


LOS ANGELES – A man caught on video rescuing a small rabbit from a blazing wildfire in California was hailed as a hero Thursday — but not by everybody, including experts who say it’s debatable whether the rabbit even needed saving in the first place.


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14 Year Old Abused Chihuahua “Sparrow” Found in Dumpster Taken in by Rescue Group


A 14-year-old Chihuahua is recovering after being abandoned, apparently strangled and near death in a Dallas apartment complex Sunday night.

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The Damn Chinese are Making Donkeys Go Extinct by Eating Them


Here’s another problem that the Chinese are creating for animals. Is there any animal these hungry bastards won’t eat?

Excerpt from the BBC

The world’s donkeys are facing a population crisis because of the huge demand for their skins in China, where they are used to make health foods and traditional medicine.

Donkey meat is also a popular food, but a huge drop in the number of Chinese donkeys and the fact they are slow to reproduce, has forced suppliers to look elsewhere.

Africa has been badly hit because the animals are such an important part of life for transport and farming – particularly in poorer communities.

In many places the price of a donkey has doubled in the past few years, and as thieves cash in, families are left unable to afford a new animal.

‘I woke up and my donkey was gone’

Water deliveryman Anthony Maupe Wanyama, 29, from Kenya had his donkey Carlos for four years and was doing well.

“I bought land up-country, bought a house, paid school fees and looked after my family,” said the father of two.

He and his donkey were such a part of life in Ongata Rongai, just outside Nairobi, that Anthony’s nickname is “Carlos”.

“I woke up one morning and Carlos was missing. I looked around the area, and then found him dead, his skin had been removed,” said Anthony, tears rolling down his cheeks as he talked about his much-loved animal.

He now rents another donkey to pull a cart-load of blue plastic jerry cans he uses to deliver water, but has to give the owner half of the three or four dollars he makes on a good day.


Speaking for myself I feel sorry for Anthony. My grandfather loved his mules the way that Anthony loved Carlos. It broke his heart when he had to sell the mules after his big heart attack.

“Now I don’t have enough money. I haven’t paid my rent, I haven’t paid school fees, and I have people who depend on me,” Anthony said.
He can’t afford to buy a new Carlos.

The surge in price and demand in Kenya has been encouraged by three donkey abattoirs, which have opened across the country.

They can each slaughter around 150 animals a day, packing and freezing the meat and salting the skins for export.

At the Star Brilliant Donkey Export Abattoir in Naivasha, the latest arrivals are being dragged onto flat metal scales – they are sold by “live weight”.

They are shot in the head with a bolt gun before their meat and skins are processed.

Chief executive John Kariuki says he was the first in Kenya, and in Africa, to get official permits to open a donkey slaughterhouse.

“Before, there was no market for the donkeys. People used to sell their cows, people used to sell their goats to pay their school fees for the children,” he said.

“But now I find that people in the market are selling donkeys more than cows.

“We are happy with the Chinese, because before there was nothing coming from donkeys, but so many people are benefitting from the donkey now today.”

Chinese buyers monitor the process – making sure everything is properly packed and prepared.

When the skins are boiled, they produce a brown gelatine, which is the essential ingredient in Chinese “ejiao” products – popular health foods and traditional medicines.

BBC News goes on to give the facts behind the Chinese donkey extinction.

1.8m skins are traded every year – according to estimates from UK-based charity The Donkey Sanctuary – but the demand is as high as 10m

China’s donkey population dropped from 11m in 1990 to 3m today, based on government data

Ejiao, the gelatine produced by boiling donkey skins, can sell for up to $388 (£300) per kilo

Uganda, Tanzania, Botswana, Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali, and Senegal have banned donkey exports to China

Those Who Abandoned Pets During Hurricane Irma Could Face Felony Charges

It may seem like good news to animal lovers to read that Florida intends to prosecute people who abandoned pets during Hurricane Irma.

There is a downside, however.

People living in storm-prone areas will be less likely to adopt pets in the future if they know that two conditions are present:

1. Hotels and shelters reject pets.

2. Leaving your animals behind in hopes that they will be OK will get you a criminal record.

America ought to have a better infrastructure in place so that dogs, cats, and other companion animals can be given better treatment every day and during emergencies. For example, a master list of out of state volunteers willing to take pets until conditions return to normalcy, in conjunction with transportation services, would be a great improvement in pet safety during emergencies.

Daily Mail

The owners of the pets who were abandoned as Hurricane Irma approached Florida could face felony charges, according to the state’s office of animal control.

Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control officers rescued 49 dogs in the days before the storm hit, all of whom were left outside to fend for themselves.

‘This is a prime example of animal cruelty,’ Palm Beach County state prosecutor Dave Aronberg told the New York Post.

‘We will find you, and we will prosecute you.’

Many of the animals rescued prior to Irma’s arrival were tied to poles or left outside in pens, authorities explained.

‘There is absolutely no excuse for doing that,’ agency director Dianne Suave told the Post.

She and Aronberg have vowed to come down hard on the animal owners.

Both have said they intend to file felony prosecutions against anyone who left their dogs outside during the storm, provided that they can gather enough evidence against those individuals.

The pair are also asking anyone who can to consider sheltering the animals they come across who were left out in the storm.

In addition to the pets rescued by the agency, Animal Care and Control also took in roughly 40 cats and dogs who were given up by their owners due to the impending storm.

Suave explained that surrenders are normal during storms, but the number was particularly high in the lead up to Irma.

‘It’s always disappointing,’ she told USA Today about the surrenders. ‘Our goal is to keep pets and people together.’

Relinquishing a pet to animal control or one of the two-pet friendly shelters in Palm Beach County means the individual gives up ownership of their animal and can’t get them back when the storm ends.

‘I feel torn about that at times,’ Suave said to USA Today.
‘But we’re not a boarding facility.’