1. A Cat and Rabbit Team-Up to Co-parent Their Litters and Feed Each Other’s Babies
A cat and a rabbit have teamed up as parents of both their litters after they gave birth days apart—and they even feed each other’s babies. The bunny known as Amy became an inter-species nanny more than two weeks ago, after Chrissy the cat moved her kittens into the rabbit hutch. Destiny Hampton had set up a hutch for Amy and her brood, but after checking in one day, discovered Chrissy snuggling up with her own newborns.
2. Got 11 minutes? A daily brisk walk could lower risk for early death.
Walking for at least 11 minutes every day could lower your risk of premature death by almost 25 percent, according to the largest study to date of physical activity, disease risk and mortality.
3. 80-Year-old Woman Celebrates 1000 Daily 5K Runs Since Pandemic
A Cherokee woman determined not to let the pandemic get her down began running or walking a 5K every day for 100 days. Through lockdowns, Alpha, Delta, Omicron, and beyond, Mae Dean Erb kept on running until she completed her 1,000th 5K last Friday, two months short of her 80th birthday.
“I don’t know how she managed to do a 5K walk or run every single day for the last 1,000 days but she did,” Erb’s daughter, Julie Erb-Alvarez, told GNN. “Her milestone was celebrated by a gathering of friends and family – even some virtually. She is our hero.”