A cat with some extra toes, a dog was stuck on frozen pond, and bioluminescent phytoplankton are spotted off the coast in California.
Meet Paws. She’s a Minnesota cat with 28 toes.
We know what you’re thinking; “You’ve got to be kitten me?”
Paws has three extra on each forepaw and a one extra on each back paw.
Her extra digits are a tie for the Guinness World Record for most toes on a cat.
Cats with extra toes are called polydactyl cat. They’re also nicknamed “Hemingway cats,” after the famous writer, who had one.
From a cat with tons of toes to a dog that needed a hand.
First responders played best friend to man’s best friend in Oklahoma.
The rescue unfolded on a cold day in Tulsa after an officer with the fire department spotted a dog stranded on a frozen pond.
Tulsa firefighters responded, donning their thermal suits and inching their rapid-deployment-craft out onto the ice.
The pup jumped in, and crews pulled the vessel to shore.
The dog was turned over to animal control on scene.
It’s not clear how long the pooch was stuck on the ice.
California’s Big Sur is home to some of the most breathtaking views in the us,
But a recent bloom in bioluminescent phytoplankton has turned its waves into a full-blown spectacle.
Monterey photographer George Krieger captured the phenomenon.
Experts say the glowing waves, which have spiked in occurance since january, are caused by
Calm conditions and high nutrient rates result in layers of concentrated dinoflagellates.