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Canines were found by Susanna Bergamaschi who was walking in Norma, Italy

The animal rescue worker found them squirming in bag abandoned in a hedge

She took pups home and nurtured them back to health with food and cuddles


 Heartwarming footage shows the moment three terrified puppies are rescued from a bag dumped in a bush.
The pressing question here is - who abandons three puppies in a bush and decides to put them in a plastic bag?

Well luckily for the tiny pooches, and our emotional well-being, animal rescue volunteer, Susanna Bergamaschi, found them while she was out walking. Yes, Susanna - you real life angel.

Quivering in fear, the pups - that were so young they couldn't even open their eyes - were clearly traumatised by their ordeal, according to the MailOnline.

Susanna said: "I was out walking with a friend when I came across a dog walker who said he'd heard noises coming from a hedge, and indicated at the place where the noises were coming from.

"We walked over and saw a plastic bag entangled in a fence.The dog walker managed to untangle the bag and once we got it back to the road we opened it and saw the puppies inside.



Susanna wasted no time in getting the little pups - two white and one black - home and giving them something to eat.
The adorable video shows them being bottle fed milk with people showering them with affection. Then one clip shows them snuggled up together in the sunshine. That's the life.
It's like they know.


Susanna added: "I took them home and from here, their life will begin."

Why can't there be more Susanna's in the world?



It's not only us human beings saving tiny animals either as this heroic Husky proved when it saved seven abandoned kittens.

And to make matters even cuter - the pooch is now acting as the kittens' mum. Oh, our hearts.

Three-year-old service husky Banner was at home with her owner Whitney Braley, 30, in Georgia, US, when Banner 'became extremely distressed' and kept pulling on Whitney's dress.



Realising that something must be wrong, Whitney let Banner lead her from the house and into some nearby woods when they found an abandoned cardboard box.

Banner dived straight in and fished out a teeny white kitten, Whitney went over to check and found six more kittens, who were barely alive.

The adorable dog has been cleaning, cuddling up with and napping alongside the kittens, like she's their real life mama.

A Texas driver says he was in the right place at just the right time on Monday when he spotted a cloud that he says looked just like an angel floating over the horizon.

Danny Ferraro, 57, says he was driving west on Highway 105 in Montgomery with his wife, Carmen Ferraro, when he saw the unique cloud formation. He says he and Carmen were celebrating their one month wedding anniversary and were on their way to handle some “issues and really dreading it.”

“I immediately noticed the cloud formation and the brilliant rays of sun straight ahead of us and I told Carmen, ‘Wow, look at that!’ We both saw the angel and felt it meant that everything would be okay,” Ferraro, of Montgomery, tells PEOPLE. “I just felt like God was saying, ‘I’m always with you.’ I don’t know how many others saw it, but I’m sure it meant something special to everyone who did.”

The father of seven says he grabbed his phone and took a “spectacular” photo. He shared the picture on Facebook and the shot quickly garnered more than 1,000 shares on the social media site.




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This was the sunset as we were driving down Hwy 105. How awesome is that!

We were at the right spot at exactly the right time,” he says. “I never thought [the photo] would get so many likes and responses and that it would bring comfort to some as well. I feel very honored and blessed to have captured this moment.”

The newlywed says he and Carmen have been dealing with difficult situations in recent weeks, so seeing the cloud proved to be a sweet moment for the couple.

“We have literally been dealing with several different family matters since we stepped off the plane from our honeymoon,” he tells PEOPLE. “God can speak to us in many different ways and for that I’m thankful.
Nothing Donald Trump does is subtle, especially when speaking in public.

Whether or not it is shouting declarations about making America "nice once more" or yelling one thing a bit extra derogatory in the direction of somebody he does not like (the press, our overseas allies, whoever hasn't given him his method lately), Trump isn't not emphatic. The person likes to yell.
Very, very loudly.

As such, the world has been handled to quite few photos of Trump yelling over the past few years, since he began revving up his presidential campaign. And what better way to represent our 45th president than with a curated collection of photos that capture Trump in his natural component?

Enjoy!


1. Tea Party rally's bring out the madness

 Real anger here at a September 2015 Tea Party event. Or he just wants to eat that recorder.


2. Sneezing and having snots fly out in public.


3. Fresh anger

He even managed to wrangle up a new anger look for his September 2017 speech in front of the UN


4. Roar

At an April 2016 rally, then-candidate Trump prepares to swallow a microphone entire in a efficiency artwork bit.


5. Code Orangish-Red

In December 2015, Trump yelled a lot his face turned much more orange.


6. Who may even say?

Throughout a February 2016 rally, a bit of paper made Trump very indignant. Or very glad. It is truthfully exhausting to inform with him typically.


7. Mad as hell

Again, from the RNC in July 2016. As Trump pivoted toward the general election with his nomination secure, he decided to keep dancing with the date that brought him: anger


8. Dangerous angle

A uncommon side-view of Trump's yelling, from the Republican Conference in Cleveland in July 2016.


9. Fake news

If Trump is pointing and yelling, as he is here at a March 2016 rally, he's *probably* mad about the media.


10. Harsh

At a February 2016 rally in Las Vegas, one thing concerning the lighting provides Trump an much more authoritarian really feel than normal.


11. A yell or a sneeze?

Extra from the identical 2015 Tea Social gathering rally, the place his head seems prefer it's beneath an incredible quantity of strain.




Now everyone go take a cleansing breath.
 The first trailer for its upcoming movie Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the continuation  to Gareth Edwards’ 2014 film Godzilla.

The trailer for Godzilla King of the Monsters dropped today and if you're anything like me, you couldn't help but feel a little anxious about it.
 The last Godzilla centric film in the Legendary "Monsterverse" was four years ago Godzilla made a cameo as a cave painting and a roar in the post-credits scene of Kong: Skull Island, but that doesn't count. In modern times, considering that a new Marvel Movie comes out roughly every ten minutes, 2014 is basically the Medieval age.

So this had four years of hype to live up to, and MAN, DID IT NOT DISAPPOINT. I know that writing things aggresive makes it seem like I'm shouting at you, but I actually intend it to feel that way. If you react to the return of Godzilla with anything less than shouting, applause, and numerous rounds of shots dedicated to the Big G, you're probably King Ghidorah.

But first we see the trailer. First off, we see millie bobby brow, most notable for playing the role of Eleven in Stranger Things. She looks moderately  perturbed, which is expected, considering that the earth is full of skyscraper-sized laser beasts.



The trailer kicks off with Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things) fleeing a disaster as a scientist (Vera Farmiga) explains that we’re experiencing a new warning “fever” sent to fight the “infection” that humanity has become — as monsters like Godzilla are returning to the Earth after remaining in hiding for years.

Unless all the Titans are found,” she says over a surprisingly effective “Clair de Lune” synch, “our planet will perish, and so will we.” It looks as though there’ll be more than just Godzilla here as well: Mothra makes an appearance, as well as several monsters, teasing some major clashes between the film’s titular hero and those that would challenge him.

Anyway, we see King Ghidorah trapped in ice, while Vera says that "...unless all the titans are found, our planet will perish, and so will we." So it's a "gotta catch 'em all" scenario, huh?
Oh, Vera. Count. Me. IN.


We then see Brown's character interacting with the Mothra larvae, who look way more shiny than they did in the 60s Godzilla films (where they looked like something that you'd want to sweep off your back deck while you screamed at it.


And finally, we get Godzilla, who rises out of the water and shoots his atomic breath into the sky.

Rodan Monster looks like he's bursting from a volcano 



Kyle Chandler s character telling Vera Farmiga s character that she's "out of your goddamn mind," which isn't very nice, but considering Vera Farmiga's performance in things like, again, Bates Motel, it's easy to see why someone would want to cast her as a wonderful, insane demi-goddess.

We get a lot of shots of the monsters' powers (Rodan's winds and King Ghidorah's trademark yellow lightning,) along with a lot of people running and looking pensive and screaming, which is pretty typical end of the world action movie stuff.


Gareth Edwards was originally expected to helm Godzilla: King of the Monsters after it performed well at the box office in 2014, but left and was replaced in 2016 by Michael Dougherty.
The film the latest installment of its own cinematic universe: last year, Legendary Pictures assembled a writer’s room to develop the path to bring together Godzilla and King Kong into one massive battle.

 Godzilla: King of the Monsters is the next film in that larger story, and Godzilla vs. Kong (directed by Adam Wingard) is expected to hit theaters in May 2020.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters hits theaters on May 31st, 2019.
Donald Trump once famously said that he could “stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and not lose any voters,” such was the loyalty of his supporter base. Well, after his recent meeting with Vladimir Putin, even Trump’s most ardent supporters might be beginning to think he has overstepped the line after Trump appeared to turn his back on his own intelligence community and align himself with the Russian President instead.
Now because this is 2018 not 1968, people’s reactions have so far been limited to impotent outrage and of course, memes. Snarky, imaginative and brutally denigrating memes. To be fair we all know of Donald Trump’s thin-skinned reactions to being mocked and criticized, so this form of protest may be even more effective than people hitting the streets in their hundreds of thousands. Who knows? And maybe Trump is right, maybe Russia isn’t the bad guy after all (when American adventurism is taken into account at least) and constructive dialogue, as opposed to flinging insults and accusations, is the way forward? What do you think? Scroll down below to check out the memes for yourself, and let us know what you think in the comments!
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Most priests have to put up with babies screaming from the top of their lungs during a baptism because naturally the little ones have no idea what’s going on.


A video has revealed that one priest in France was having none of a baby crying and decided to take the matter into his own hands.

According to a Reddit user, the priest can be heard saying in French, as he touches the baby’s forehead and then holds his face:“It's a tantrum, this is called a tantrum. I will spill water on the forehead, hmm? And then, I'll kiss the lil' kid - because he'll have become a little Christian.

(Expressing discontentment and kindness, basically a soft "come on!" directed at the kid). I will scream louder than you. So, calm down.


Then things get weird and well, really quite violent

The priest then grabs the little boy’s face in an aggressive manner and keeps saying "calm down, calm down" before giving the baby a hard slap on the cheek.

A mortified woman and a man - presumed to be the parents - immediately start trying to take the baby, who reacted by screaming even louder, from the priest as one woman is saying: “Sir, we don't hit him.”

And another woman can be heard saying:  Isn't this forbidden?

But this doesn’t perturb the priest who continues to say, while holding the baby’s face: Now you calm down. There. You will calm down. You will calm down. You will calm down. There”.
The mum pleads with the priest to let go while the dad pulls the baby away from him. 
Mum pleads with the priest
Then the mum starts pleading with the priest: “Let go. No, no, let go” as the father pulls their young son away from him.

The vast majority of Reddit users were outraged  i probably would have slapped the dude myself.

 it's actually so hard to watch. How can this old man lose his temper in front of everyone. Ah, I see you're from the Chris Brown school of philosophy. Works per cent of the time... every time.

If that video would end with the father giving the priest a very strong bitch slap it would be perfect.

However, some defended the priest suggesting that some people seriously overreacted to the incident:

“I don’t hit babies and no one I know does. But this is just an old dude and go might even be losing his mind a bit at that age and he doesn’t deserve death threats over this. I wouldn’t go back to his church.