"My Friend woke up to this thing fighting his dogs."
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Last week, we reported that rodents of unusual size (the size of freaking rabbits to be precise) were invading New York. Today we have photographic evidence that these rats are here, and they are ready to take over.
New York City has a big, furry, four-legged problem. Rabbit-sized rats have invaded Central Park. People are complaining that the giant rats are feasting on the buggy-horse food (which apparently gives them super growth powers).
Strike first, ask questions later: that's what happened to this little white creature in Panama. A pack of children beat this mysterious creature to death, then tossed it into a river. Now we'll never know where the ring is.