British designer Dominic Wilcox recently teamed up with the RSPCA and the U.K. insurance company More Than to create the world’s first art exhibit for man’s best friend. Wilcox’s clever interactive exhibits include, Cruising Canines, an open car window simulator, Dinnertime Dreams, an oversized 10 foot dog bowl filled to the brim with hundreds of play balls to look like dog food, and more. As a bonus, More Than will be donating £1 to the RSPCA for anyone who takes the #PlayMore Pledge to spend an extra 15 minutes a day to play with your dog or cat.
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As a random act of kindness, 5-year-old William Evertz from Winslow, New Jersey used 7 months worth of his allowance to treat the Winslow Police Department to a healthy lunch. In return, the officers gave William a day he would never forget by making him an honarary police officer. The officers also gave William a tour of the station, a goodie bag, his very own badges, and a ride home in a squad car.
[NBC Philadelphia / Winslow Township Police Department]
YouTuber Cemre Candar, who is known for bathing in 520 pounds of chocolate and 1,500 Oreos, recently took his bathtub antics to an entirely new level. Candar emptied 1,250 bottle of hot sauce into a bathtub, tossed in some chili peppers, and jumped in. If that doesn’t sound crazy enough, the bath is never complete until he completely submerges his head. Candar’s Bathing in 1250 Bottles of Hot Sauce video has gathered nearly 3 million views in just a few weeks.
This fourth grader named Kevin returned to Rodriguez Elementary in Austin, Texas this week and he is really, really excited about it. After 4th grade and 5th grade, this little guy’s off to college! Or, is it high school? Maybe it’s pre-school? Who cares… Kevin has more important things on his mind like learning math and science. Before wrapping up his short interview with KTBC-TV’s Tania Ortega, Kevin shared one last important message.
[FOX 7 Austin] [H/T:soccerdude2014]
[Language] While out looking for whales off the coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia Monday, Nick Templeman, of Campbell River Whale and Bear Excursions, captured the rare sight of a seal jumping onto the back his friend’s boat in an attempt to escape a hungry pod of Orcas. Templeman grabbed his GoPro camera and filmed the intense encounter as the pod of Orcas searched everywhere for the lone seal. The boat’s owner, Kirk Fraser, also captured the close encounter on camera.
[Nick Templeman / kirkfraser] [H/T:CBC]