The woman said that because it is not immediately clear how long the python was on her property, she fears the worst for her rescue cat, who has been missing for five days.
A security system company hiring remote CCTV operators claims their business "provides 24 x 7 x 365 intelligent video-based surveillance and loss prevention services."
"The amount of times that snake bit her, was enough to kind of sedate an elephant at this point basically," the girl's mom alleged.
Viewers online sympathized with an employee who walked away exasperatedly after a fire was started in the store.
After a man's diagnosis with Alzheimer's disease, he knew one thing with unwavering certainty—he loved one very special woman.
A hardworking therapy dog managed to help save a woman contemplating suicide thanks to his "defusing" training.
A sweet video of a black bear swimming in an abandoned kiddie pool has charmed millions of viewers online.
"So, turns out, we booked the holiday home of a swamp monster. Maybe he can tell us where the remote's gone," the shocked renter said.
A New Yorker snagged an enormous thresher shark last week, emphasizing the role fishermen play in conservation.
A woman has been slammed online for allegedly jumping off of a ride at Epcot to steal food from the attraction.
"At first I thought it was a Halloween prop. My reaction was to throw it away. It looked like a rolling pin. But then I called the police," Haider Khan, 23, said.
A Florida bartender has been praised for his quick-thinking when he saw two women being harassed by a male customer, and wrote instructions for them if they needed help.
A precious interaction between a ferocious little kitten and his owner has charmed millions of viewers.
A small alligator was found being illegally held in a man's book bag during a routine traffic stop by local law enforcement.
"When we got in the Lyft, I noticed that he was writing down every single address that he was driving to on a notepad in the front seat ... That was the first red flag," the woman alleged.
As part of Adopt-a-Cat month, a group of weeks-old kittens got the chance to roam around the SEA LIFE Aquarium and get "fur to fin" with the marine life on exhibit.
A bride wildly claimed that her sister has demanded to hold her newborn at the altar during the ceremony in case she needs to feed the child.
Videos posted online have amassed over 50 million views combined, showing a white woman brandishing a gun at a Black family in a shopping mall.
"The amount of food we throw away, and the amount of starving people there are just doesn't sit right with me. It's sad," one person reflected.
"What better way to kick off summer than a good old fashioned hippo watermelon smash?!" the San Antonio Zoo captioned the now-viral video.
"When I gave it to him at our wedding, we realized he had [it] tattooed on his arm, and he had gotten it the same year I wrote those letters. Dead serious!" the woman boldly claimed.
"I don't particularly believe in an afterlife, but I promise if there is one I'm submitting a request upon arrival to come back and haunt the person who did this," one outraged resident claimed.
A woman has alleged that a close friend made such rude comments about her engagement ring she decided to kick her off the guest list for her engagement party.
A Chick-fil-A employee unwittingly started a comments war over whether it was lazy or genius for the popular chicken restaurant to use conveyor belts.
A group of international researchers have named two new species of warblers with the help of previously-discovered specimens held in museums.
A woman shared how she was kicked her out of a bridal party after refusing to allow her sister to honeymoon in what was the family house.
"Poor thing is suffocating and suffering for your TikTok video," one enraged viewer remarked in the comments section.
"After three weeks the flowers were dead which gave the impression that somehow this tragedy had been forgotten," Brigitte Graham said.
"Plaintiff Marina Soliman wanted a good deal on a Subway sandwich ... [Subway says] she also agreed to a side order of arbitration. I don't think so," one judge wrote.
A dental surgery student has turned heads for her viral video claiming that she and other dentists known when women are pregnant by the state of their teeth and gums.