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Bites: Prince Charles Slaughters Cows To Lower Carbon Footprint

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While reviewing the annual carbon footprint of his Home Farm in Gloucestershire, Prince Charles noticed that the largest culprit by far was coming from his herd of dairy cows. Rather than find them new homes, however, the Prince sadly decided to send them to the slaughterhouse. One aide explained: “It was a wrench for the prince but a lot of the herd had to go for slaughter or his carbon levels would have been through the roof.” Something tells me the cows would have preferred it if the Prince has simply decided to go vegan instead. [Daily Star]

Pamela Anderson has started volunteering at the California Wildlife Center in Santa Monica. “I clean out all the poop in the birdcages and feed all the little owls – the baby ones – with frozen mice parts. Occasionally a little frozen paw or ear will fall off,” imdb.com reported her as saying. “Sometimes I’m given the job of releasing animals back into the wild, but I’m the worst driver and have no sense of direction. I was given a box with a crow in it and we got so lost. I went to three different places to try to find where they’d originally caught her.”

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