"I hope she's banned for life from owning a pet in the future," one user commented.
"I just fell in love with him and he gets on so well with my other dogs I decided to give a home," Kay Hawthorn said in a statement sent to Newsweek.
Kylie Green from RSCPA Western Australia said: "This was a blatant and sickening act of violence and a clear abuse of power."
A vet examined the dog and found knife wounds on the right side of its body and back.
"She won't leave my side. I've definitely found a best friend for life; and she has too!" the dog's new owner said.
The 5-week-old kitten, who has been named Ringo, was found clinging to the underside of the van after the driver heard a "meow."
The two birds are so close they're going to be re-homed with one another, and frankly, we're obsessed.
"Sadly we think this snake was probably abandoned as it's a very isolated location and there are no houses around for at least a mile," RSPCA inspector Claire Davey said.
"I can't believe she'd survived as long as she had; she's a little fighter," said Amy Hearne of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
The non-venomous snake, native to the U.S. and Mexico, was one of three found in the northwest of England in early July by residents in the local area.
An animal charity has warned animals such as mice and hedgehogs can also get trapped in bird feeders.
Natal Multimammate mice, which have more nipples than the standard mouse, are known for being prolific breeders, and the pet owners got in over their head.
The seal was "absolutely exhausted after his misadventures," according to an animal charity worked who helped Bergamot the seal.
Someone in the U.K. discovered a plastic 18-liter box containing decomposing and rotting snake remnants.
"Probably one of the strangest incidents we've ever had to deal with in a long time!" Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service said.
The dog was "actively attacking" the child when police arrived at the boy's home.
Incident happened in the U.K.
"We would move the washing machine and suddenly there'd be six faces looking at you," said one animal welfare inspector.
Britons are keeping tigers, killer cobras, and wolves as pets.