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Escaped pet snake found in neighbor’s washing machine in Illinois: ‘I was totally creeped out’

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An Illinois woman had quite a shock Wednesday when she opened her washing machine to find a snake inside.

“I closed the lid and started screaming,” Sanela Kamencic, from Evanston, Ill., told NBC 5.

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“I was totally creeped out,” she added. “How did a snake get in the house let alone the washer?”

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Penelope the corn snake (pictured) escaped her 12-year-old owner in Evanston, Ill., this week and made her way into a neighbor’s washing machine. (Chicago Exotics via AP)

The snake was brought to the Chicago Exotics Animal Hospital by Evanston police and Animal Control Warden Jason Pound.

“I could smell it and could tell that it had actually been through a cycle,” Pound told NBC 5. “Smelled like Downy.”

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Penelope survived a wash cycle inside the washing machine before she was discovered by Sanela Kamencic on Wednesday. After the snake was examined at the Chicago Exotics Animal Hospital, she was reunited with her owner. (Chicago Exotics via AP)

Turns out, the corn snake — named Penelope — was the escaped pet of a 12-year-old neighbor. Radio station WBBM reported Penelope had been missing for three days.

“Surprisingly the snake looks in pretty good shape. She’s really feisty,” veterinarian Dr. Melissa Giese told the station.

Penelope and her owner have since been reunited.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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NFL star JJ Watt shares photo of ‘not too happy’ puppies after they’d been ‘fixed’

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NFL star J.J. Watt on Tuesday shared a photo of his dogs after they’d evidently been “fixed.”

“Rough day over here for the pups,” the tweet read. “They’re not too happy about it, but handling it like champs.”

The photo shows Watt’s two dogs wearing “recovery collars” after the recent procedure.

One Twitter user suggested the Houston Texans defensive end should wear his football helmet “all day as a sign of household solidarity.”

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“Bless you for neutering your dogs!” another Twitter user wrote.

When not taking care of his pups or preventing touchdowns, Watt is renowned for his charity efforts. After Hurricane Harvey devastated the Houston area in 2017, his foundation raised nearly $42 million to help Gulf coast of Texas recover.

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And last year, Watt offered to pay for the funerals of those who were killed in a shooting in Sante Fe, Texas, that left at least 10 dead and 10 more injured.

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Ohio burglary suspect pet the dog, washed the dishes, deputies say

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An Ohio woman was arrested after she allegedly broke into a home on Monday. But once inside, she did things many others would pay her to do, according to officials.

Cheyenne Ewing snuck into a home in Hamden, a city roughly 80 miles south of Columbus, around 9 a.m. and sat down on the couch, the Vinton County Sheriff’s Office wrote online.

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Ewing then allegedly started to pet the family dog inside the home and proceeded to wash the dishes before leaving.

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Cheyenne Ewing was arrested after she allegedly broke into someone’s home in Hamden, Ohio on Monday. (Vinton County Sheriff’s Office)

The person who reported Ewing to investigators said they didn’t know Ewing and didn’t invite her into their home, and said she “was acting very strange.”

The sheriff’s office said that deputies later found Ewing as she was knocking on doors in the neighborhood.

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Ewing appeared to be “under the influence of narcotics,” and claimed to have been awake for two days. She allegedly provided a responding deputy with a fake name.

She was taken to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail and charged with burglary, officials said. A bond hearing was scheduled for Tuesday.

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Ohio burglary suspect pet the dog, washed the dishes, deputies say

An Ohio woman was arrested after she allegedly broke into a home on Monday. But once inside, she did things many others would pay her to do, according to officials.

Cheyenne Ewing snuck into a home in Hamden, a city roughly 80 miles south of Columbus, around 9 a.m. and sat down on the couch, the Vinton County Sheriff’s Office wrote online.

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Ewing then allegedly started to pet the family dog inside the home and proceeded to wash the dishes before leaving.

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Cheyenne Ewing was arrested after she allegedly broke into someone’s home in Hamden, Ohio on Monday. (Vinton County Sheriff’s Office)

The person who reported Ewing to investigators said they didn’t know Ewing and didn’t invite her into their home, and said she “was acting very strange.”

The sheriff’s office said that deputies later found Ewing as she was knocking on doors in the neighborhood.

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Ewing appeared to be “under the influence of narcotics,” and claimed to have been awake for two days. She allegedly provided a responding deputy with a fake name.

She was taken to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail and charged with burglary, officials said. A bond hearing was scheduled for Tuesday.

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John McCain’s dog drowned after head got stuck in pipe, Cindy McCain says

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John McCain’s dog, who died last month in Arizona, drowned after getting his head stuck in a pipe, the late senator’s wife recently revealed.

Burma, McCain’s beloved sidekick, died on the family’s property near Sedona, Cindy McCain said. When news of the dog’s death was publicized last month, she described it as a “freak” incident.

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“It’s weird — she had never done this before — she ran into a pipe,” Cindy McCain told The Arizona Republic. “You know, we have a series of ponds on our property … and she ran into the pipe and she got stuck.”

She added that Burma “drowned, and eventually, her body came out the other end of the pipe.”

“It’s devastating. She was John’s dog, period, and so what makes me feel better is I know she’s with him now,” she said of Burma.

Meghan McCain, daughter of the 2008 GOP presidential nominee and current co-host of ABC’s “The View,” wrote on Instagram that the dog “was absolutely and truly devoted to him.”

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“She would never leave his side, followed him around every single step when he would walk around our ranch, slept by his side every night and we always said Chesapeake bay retrievers were the most affectionate breed of dogs,” she continued.

McCain spent the last year of his life with the beloved Chesapeake Bay retriever. He died in August after a battle with brain cancer.

Fox News’ Kathleen Joyce and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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These are the best US airlines for pets, study claims

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A new report claims they’ve calculated the best domestic airlines for traveling with pets, information perhaps all the more essential if your next big trip or vacation wouldn’t be the same without your four-legged family member in tow.

On Thursday, WalletHub released their “best airlines” of 2019 list, evaluating nine largest U.S. airlines and three regional carriers across fifteen “important” metrics, analyzing 2018 data from the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Among the bunch, Envoy Air (a subsidiary of American Airlines) and ExpressJet (a subsidiary of ManaAir, LLC) were named the best carriers to fly with pets.

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“Choosing the wrong airline has the potential to take even more from us,” the report read. “For instance, 10 animals died during air transportation in 2018, and four major U.S. airlines had at least one pet fatality.”

Traveling in the high skies with animals – whether emotional support, service or companion – has proven to be one of the most controversial travel topics in recent memory. The floodgates first opened in January 2018, when an emotional support peacock named Dexter and his owner were rejected from boarding a United Airlines flight.

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A few months later, a French bulldog died midflight after being accidentally placed into an overhead bin by a United Airlines flight attendant for the duration of the trip.

Various carriers have since been tightening the leash on their respective rules regarding the transportation of all animals in the high skies.

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The WalletHub report continued to cite Alaska Airlines as the best airline overall, Frontier Airlines as the cheapest airline and Delta Air Lines as the most reliable airline.

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American Airlines accidentally sends dog to wrong city

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Reps for American Airlines have apologized after a dog was accidentally sent to the wrong city during a cross-country journey from San Francisco to Raleigh, N.C., in an upsetting ordeal that separated the pooch and his owner for 30 hours.

On Tuesday morning, Amber Dalton boarded a flight at San Francisco International Airport en route to Raleigh-Durham International Airport, WSET reports, with a layover scheduled in Chicago.

The woman’s dog, Roast Beast, was slated to fly in the cargo hold, as per Virginia First.

However, before departing San Fran, airline staffers informed Dalton that the flight to Chicago wasn’t able to carry animals, according to Philly Voice. The woman and the American Airlines employees agreed that the best alternative would be for Dalton to fly to Dallas, so that Beast could fly on the same plane as her.

Eventually landing in North Carolina, Dalton went to pick up her dog — but he was nowhere in sight.

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Eventually landing in North Carolina, Dalton went to pick up her dog — but he was nowhere in sight. (iStock)

Though a scan of Dalton’s bag tag indicated that Beast was, in fact, on the flight from Chicago, the dog was not found on the plane when it arrived, as per Virginia First.

‘”At this point, I’m getting really upset because this is twice that my dog should have landed and it’s been over an hour and he’s still not here,” Dalton said.

Unable to locate Beast, airport officials eventually learned that the woman’s pet had been mistakenly placed on a nonstop flight to Philadelphia.

“I’m miserable, I’m crying, I’m freaking out,” Dalton told WSLS.

“I’m thinking any number of things could’ve happened to him. It’s horrible,” she continued. “And they don’t want to help you because you’re upset, but I am upset because you’ve lost my dog and you’re treating it like lost baggage.”

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Fortunately, an American Airlines staffer drove Beast to his owner hometown in Roanoke, and the pair were reunited on Wednesday afternoon.

Reps for the carrier have since refunded Dalton’s baggage and pet transport fees for the trouble, and given her a free flight voucher.

Dalton, meanwhile, says that she’s simply grateful that her dog is home safe.

“All of the money doesn’t fix the next incident that could possibly be deadly,” she told Virginia First.

When contacted for comment, reps for the carrier offered Fox News the following statement:

“American Airlines takes the well-being of our four-legged passengers very seriously. As a result, we weren’t able to reunite a checked pet with their owner as planned on Tuesday following a trip from San Francisco to Raleigh-Durham,” a spokesperson said via email on May 3. “To ensure the safety and health of animals we transport, our policies regulate the types of aircraft, weather conditions and locations that can be used. A conflict in our customer’s routing and safety policies caused us to reroute their dog on another type of aircraft to Philadelphia, where it stayed overnight at a local pet hotel.”

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“The customer’s dog was flown to RDU on the first flight Wednesday, then transported by our team to Ms. Dalton,” the rep continued. “Our customer care team has been in regular communication with Ms. Dalton.”

“We know it’s frustrating when our customers’ travel doesn’t go as planned and apologize for the inconvenience. Safety of all our customers is our top priority,” they concluded, detailing that more information on their pet travel policies can be found online.

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American Airlines accidentally sends dog to wrong city

Reps for American Airlines have apologized after a dog was accidentally sent to the wrong city during a cross-country journey from San Francisco to Raleigh, N.C., in an upsetting ordeal that separated the pooch and his owner for 30 hours.

On Tuesday morning, Amber Dalton boarded a flight at San Francisco International Airport en route to Raleigh-Durham International Airport, WSET reports, with a layover scheduled in Chicago.

The woman’s dog, Roast Beast, was slated to fly in the cargo hold, as per Virginia First.

However, before departing San Fran, airline staffers informed Dalton that the flight to Chicago wasn’t able to carry animals, according to Philly Voice. The woman and the American Airlines employees agreed that the best alternative would be for Dalton to fly to Dallas, so that Beast could fly on the same plane as her.

Eventually landing in North Carolina, Dalton went to pick up her dog — but he was nowhere in sight.

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Eventually landing in North Carolina, Dalton went to pick up her dog — but he was nowhere in sight. (iStock)

Though a scan of Dalton’s bag tag indicated that Beast was, in fact, on the flight from Chicago, the dog was not found on the plane when it arrived, as per Virginia First.

‘”At this point, I’m getting really upset because this is twice that my dog should have landed and it’s been over an hour and he’s still not here,” Dalton said.

Unable to locate Beast, airport officials eventually learned that the woman’s pet had been mistakenly placed on a nonstop flight to Philadelphia.

“I’m miserable, I’m crying, I’m freaking out,” Dalton told WSLS.

“I’m thinking any number of things could’ve happened to him. It’s horrible,” she continued. “And they don’t want to help you because you’re upset, but I am upset because you’ve lost my dog and you’re treating it like lost baggage.”

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Fortunately, an American Airlines staffer drove Beast to his owner hometown in Roanoke, and the pair were reunited on Wednesday afternoon.

Reps for the carrier have since refunded Dalton’s baggage and pet transport fees for the trouble, and given her a free flight voucher.

Dalton, meanwhile, says that she’s simply grateful that her dog is home safe.

“All of the money doesn’t fix the next incident that could possibly be deadly,” she told Virginia First.

When contacted for comment, reps for the carrier offered Fox News the following statement:

“American Airlines takes the well-being of our four-legged passengers very seriously. As a result, we weren’t able to reunite a checked pet with their owner as planned on Tuesday following a trip from San Francisco to Raleigh-Durham,” a spokesperson said via email on May 3. “To ensure the safety and health of animals we transport, our policies regulate the types of aircraft, weather conditions and locations that can be used. A conflict in our customer’s routing and safety policies caused us to reroute their dog on another type of aircraft to Philadelphia, where it stayed overnight at a local pet hotel.”

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“The customer’s dog was flown to RDU on the first flight Wednesday, then transported by our team to Ms. Dalton,” the rep continued. “Our customer care team has been in regular communication with Ms. Dalton.”

“We know it’s frustrating when our customers’ travel doesn’t go as planned and apologize for the inconvenience. Safety of all our customers is our top priority,” they concluded, detailing that more information on their pet travel policies can be found online.

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Dog with expensive taste eats over $200 in cash, ends up costing owner nearly $170 in vet bills

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This good boy ended up costing his owners hundreds of dollars after literally eating the dough.

Ozzie, a 9-year-old labradoodle, ended up having to be rushed the vet on Monday after his owners in the United Kingdom discovered he helped himself to an envelope full of cash that was pushed through their letterbox.

“Someone had owed us money and popped it through the letterbox for us, that’s how Ozzie got hold of it,” Judith Wright told Sky News.

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After eating 8 £20 notes worth over $200, Ozzie’s owners took him from their home in Llandudno, North Wales to Murphy & Co Veterinary Practice where they had to induce vomiting.

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Ozzie, a 9-year-old labradoodle, can be seen next to the cash he ate after a letter came in through his owner’s letterbox on Monday. (Murphy & Co Veterinary Practice)

A spokesperson for the vet told Sky News that owners can expect to pay £130, or around $170, to induce vomiting in a dog.

“It’s been an expensive Monday for Ozzie’s owners,” the group posted to Facebook on Monday along with a photo of Ozzie and the thrown-up cash. Besides the money, Ozzie also tossed up a plastic money bag and clip.

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The entire incident ended up costing Ozzie’s owners nearly $400, but owner Neil Wright said the couple may be able to claim some of the money back by taking the damaged cash to the Bank of England.

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To prevent a repeat incident, the couple is planning to put a cage around their letterbox so Ozzie doesn’t try to make a snack of any more incoming parcels, according to Sky News.

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New Jersey dog impaled on lamppost expected to make full recovery: report

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A “very, very lucky” dog is expected to make a full recovery after being impaled on a lamppost after falling from a New Jersey apartment window, authorities say.

The female basset hound, named Libby, was home alone in a fourth-floor apartment unit at the Brownstones at Englewood South when she jumped through a window screen shortly before noon on Sunday, News 4 reported.

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The spike on the top of the lamppost pierced her left front leg and she was suspended approximately 20 feet off the ground.

Firefighters responded to the scene and used a ladder to retrieve Libby.

The dog’s owners told News 4 she was scheduled for surgery Monday and, incredibly, is expected to make a full recovery.

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“I don’t know if it was chasing a bird or what, but whatever that dog decided to do this morning, it was its lucky day,” Lt. David Haenelt of the Englewood Fire Department told The Record. “We are very, very lucky she is okay and that the Englewood emergency response was fast and brought her to the animal hospital.”

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