Giant rodent adopts abandoned puppies

Cheesecake, a capybara at the Rocky Ridge Refuge in Arkansas, has become the foster mother to eight adorable dachshund puppies. The large rodent has apparently fallen in love with the litter which, according to the refuge’s facebook page, were discovered inside a sealed Tupperware bin outside of a church.

Luckily, a person at the facility turned the puppies over to Rocky Ridge, where they were united with their gigantean guinea pig nanny.

Mother accused of trying to sell children on Facebook

A young Oklahoma mother has been arrested after she allegedly tried to sell her children on Facebook.

Police say that Misty VanHorn, 22, contacted a potential buyer via the social networking site. She was apparently asking $4000 for her two-year-old and 10-month-old but would accept $1000 for the two-year, the Seqouyah County Times reported.

According to the police report, VanHorn told an unidentified female buyer: “Just come to Sallisaw, it’s only 30 minutes away, and I’ll give you all of her stuff and let y’all have her forever for $1000.”

The report also stated that VanHorn was trying to sell the children by Mar. 4 to post bond for her boyfriend.

Knight’s remains found in parking lot

The remains of a medieval knight were located under a former parking lot in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Archeologists excavated the site and uncovered a sandstone slab decorated with the markings of nobility, the Calvary Cross and an ornate sword, the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation said in a press release.

“This find has the potential to be one of the most significant and exciting archeological discoveries in the city for many years, providing us with yet more clues as to what life was like in medieval Edinburgh,” Coun. Richard Lewis, the City of Edinburgh’s cultural convener, said in the release.

The knight is the second nobleman to be unearthed this season as the remains of King Richard III were found in a parking lot in England in Feb.