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Just a dog and his human on the open road.
In a viral video posted by YouTube user Jessica Wolf, Daisy and little boy Oliver are taking this toy car for a test drive. But since Oliver isn’t old enough for his toy car driver’s license, the dog is driving.
Don’t worry. They can’t escape too far. While Daisy can steer, neither of them can reach the pedals, according to the video description. Wolf can accelerate and brake the car via a remote.
After a weekend of record flooding in South Carolina, one group is working to reunite lost pets with their owners.
Over two feet of rain has fallen in South Carolina since Friday, shaking things up in the state and causing lots of chaos, and many cats and dogs have gone missing as conditions have worsened.
Lost & Found Pets of South Carolina has been uploading pictures of pets that owners have lost and animals that have been found in streets and other places.
Eric Stamey, one of the Facebook page administrators, told Mashable:
“As the flood waters recede, we see that animals have discovered outside cats that have disappeared and dogs that have been scared off from their territories. However, as the hours go by, the rivers will begin to swell now as the flood waters run from the mountains to the midlands and to the coast; we expect that more pets will be affected as these conditions begin to worsen in a new, horrible way.”
The page also posts success stories of pets being reunited with their owners and shares posts from Chasing Tails Pet Control, another group working to return lost pets with their owners .
Other encouraging posts also appear on the page, including offers to care for pets until owners are found.
Charlotte police are looking for a man in connection with an armed robbery on Sept. 4 at the Shell gas station on Glenwood Drive.
The man walked into the store, implied he had a weapon and robbed the clerk, police said.
Call CrimeStoppers if you have any information.
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