Due to a power outage, only one paramedic responded to the call. The
house was very, very dark, so the paramedic asked Kathleen, a 3-year-old
girl, to hold a flashlight high over her Mommy so he could see while he helped
deliver the baby. Very diligently, Kathleen did as she was asked. Heidi
pushed and pushed, and after a little while Connor was born. The
paramedic lifted him by his little feet and spanked him on his bottom. Connor
began to cry.
The paramedic then thanked Kathleen for her help and asked the
wide-eyed 3-year old what she thought about what she had just witnessed.
Kathleen quickly responded, “He shouldn’t have crawled in there in the
first place……… smack his butt again!”
A charity shop in Australia received an unexpected windfall after being donated a suitcase containing $50,000 (£32,000).
Surprised staff at the Pomona thrift shop on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast found the tidy sum in a concealed compartment.
The suitcase had been on sale for a bargain $5 before the cash was discovered when a customer brought it to the till, according to the Sunshine Coast Daily.
After a two-week police investigation, the elderly owner of the mystery item was tracked down and was able to describe the case and its contents in detail.
‘We are waiting further detail to make the final confirmation,’ Queensland police said in a statement.
‘There seems to be a clear indication that the owner has been identified.’
Police believe it was accidentally given away after the woman moved house, but warned she may have to wait for two months before she can collect her lost cash.
Fancy dress felines can now feel what it’s like to be the king of the jungle thanks to these rather cute hand-made lion hats.
Cats who wish they were lions can wear one of the hats designed by Yumiko Landers, of Seattle, in the US, to help them stand out from the crowd.
The creative headwear is designed to fit snuggly around you favourite feline companion’s head, giving them a temporary thick mane of golden hair with a pair of ears on the top.
Pet owners can order the furry fashion accessory in a variety of colours and also choose from different animals including a monkey or a leapord.
‘Every cat we’ve ever known believes they’re the master of their domain,’ explained the 39-year-old designer who sells the hats on her Etsy website.
‘So I thought there’s no better way to represent that by making them look like a true lion.
‘The idea of hats for cats came from my sewing group and the theme of the week was cats and dogs.’
The unique animal hats are proving to be a hit with customers keen on dressing up their pets pals.
‘The feedback from customers has been overwhelmingly positive,’ she added.
‘I couldn’t have guessed the product would be so popular. We continue to receive orders from all over the world.’