The unique-looking shoebill is just one of 11 in the world currently in captivity, and there are only a few thousands left in the wild.
Some TikTok users thought the video was cute, but most slammed the man for bringing his Bengal to a live performance.
The sassy pooch earned the love and respect of TikTok users who said the pet has got "some serious attitude."
"Being in a tight spot with a highly venomous erratic snake isn't exactly what I would call my ideal catching environment," he said.
The large reptile was caught trespassing on a resident's patio before an officer and city employee calmly relocated it to a nearby river.
"This little kitty cat wants to bathe," a Reddit user said in a comment on the video. "Love his reaction."
"[Dogs] serve just like we do, they go through the same things that we do...the least we can do is take them in and give them a home," said Scott, the U.S. Navy veteran.
"The vet prescribed meds for an 8-hour car trip, she told me to do a trial run so I know what to expect," explained the cat owner.
Despite the kitten being born with "abnormal" eyes and no nose, its mom still appeared to offer it TLC in a viral video that has been viewed more than 14 million times.
One pet owner couldn't believe what they were watching, writing: "And I thought I went over the top with my dog!"
Several TikTok users have speculated what the dog may be thinking while staring out the car window.
The "intelligent" and "amazing" assistance dog has captured the hearts of TikTok users in a viral video.
One commenter said he was "eating better than half of us here" but another felt they "could not afford" such a lavish diet.
"Apologize and give him his real food back," said one commenter in on the viral post.
"I've watched this 20 times in a row and my heart hasn't stopped smiling," one user wrote.
The filming officer joked: "This call just stinks!"
According to police, the bags contained an array of dead farm animals, including chickens, goats, pigeons and pigs.
The pair, a St. Bernard named Bear, and a Cocker Spaniel named Lolly, have formed an incredible bond.
Ashley Caron was just trying to help the chipmunk escape—but she didn't count on the intervention of her dog boss.
The authorities' initial attempts to coax Oscar, the 100-lb tortoise, out of the way with watermelon pieces were unsuccessful.