A moose cow has attacked a Cocker Spaniel in a Midtown backyard, prompting Kim to share her security camera footage to warn people about the danger the large Alaskan mammal poses.
A starving baby rhino has been filmed desperately trying to feed from its dead mother who had been killed by poachers for her horn.
The heartbreaking footage was captured just last week in a national park in South Africa, by the rescue charity Rhino 911.
As the camera rolls the tiny one-month-old rhino can be heard calling for its mother as it tries to nudge her head and then suckle for milk.
Rescuers think that just hours earlier the female had been killed and then had both her horns hacked off.
Usually the poachers kill the calf too, despite it having no horn, as they often disturb the process of getting the horn, as they desperately cling to their mother.
At least in this case Lottie – as she has been dubbed – survived.
Terrified visitors were trapped in a lion enclosure for 50 minutes while a pride surrounded their car at a safari park - leaving a PAW-shaped dent.
Abi Tudge, 23, and a friend where still inside when the rangers closed the gates for safety on Wednesday afternoon.
Heart-stopping footage shows the lightning-fast beasts bounding on to the bonnet and roof of the Hyundai i-30 leaving behind a huge paw print-shaped dent at West Midlands Safari Park in Bewdley.
The pair, who had two children in the back seat, became trapped in the section as wardens tried to deal with the "agitated" and "aggravated" animals.
But they were left stunned when the pack suddenly bolted for a female and leapt on top of the car, leaving behind dents and scratches.
Abi, of Hereford, said they were left feeling shaken and feared the car's windows could have been smashed by the animals, which can weigh up to 30 stone (190kg).
A heartless man threw a helpless puppy into a crocodile infested lake for it to be eaten alive.
The horrific act of animal cruelty was caught on camera and is believed to have taken place in Indonesia.
It shows a man taking a struggling puppy out of a bag and walking down to the water's edge.
As he holds the dog by its neck, people who are not in shot can be laughing and shouting as if egging him on.
It is not clear from the clip who the man is or why he did that but he has been slammed for his actions.
People viewing the video have called him "sick" while others suggested he should be thrown in the same pool of water.
A matador screamed in pain as an 1,000-lb bull pinned him to the ground and gored him repeatedly in his bottom during a bullfight in Colombia.
Spanish matador Julian Lopez, 35, was tossed into the air like a ragdoll by the injured bull before he was stabbed by the animal's deadly horns at La Santamaria bullring in Bogota, Colombia on Sunday.
Video shows Lopez taunt the bull which was already stabbed and bleeding.
Lopez waved his red flag at the bull but the animal skipped his target and struck Lopez repeatedly with his horns instead.
Lopez was pinned to the ground between the bulls horns and gored repeatedly.
Men rushed to his aid and threw a large purple cloth over the bull's head to distract the animal so his victim could escape.
A 'malnourished' zoo lion chewed off its own tail after it got it frozen stuck in a water hole.
Tourists visiting the Taiyuan Zoo in Shanxi Province during the Chinese New Year holidays noticed the injured lion, which was extremely malnourished.
The 'skin-and-bones' animal was kept in a cage together with a lioness, which appeared equally underfed.
Visitors accused the zoo of abuse and maltreatment and demanded to know why the lion was missing half of its tail.
Jockey meets the asphalt as horse hits streetlight pole during illegal race training
A horse trainer is locked up on a felony animal cruelty charge after Georgia cops obtained video showing him force-feeding a goat cocaine and whiskey
The mutant rodents are resistant to poison after developing a genetic mutation called L120Q, which renders many toxins useless.
Scientists fear the rats’ immunity to poison will see the population explode.
Dee Ward-Thompson, from the British Pest Control Association, said: “There could be a significant risk to public health if left unchecked.”
The shock discovery was made in a study by University of Reading experts who identified “the massive extent of L120Q resistance across the whole of central southern England”.
A lucky dog had a miraculous escape when binmen unknowingly threw him into the back of a rubbish truck.
In shocking CCTV footage from inside the truck the dog, nicknamed Tippie, can be seen being tossed around and narrowly avoiding the crusher blade as it compresses rubbish.
When Tippie was found by workers in Ipswich, Australia, they feared he had been tied up inside a bin bag, however RSPCA spokesman Michael Beatty said being flung around inside the truck was what left him wrapped up in debris.
Mr Beatty told Yahoo7 News : "This dog was found by the workers (at the tip).
A distressing video shows a puma backed into a corner as part of a sick trophy hunt.
Mexican authorities are investigating the illegal hunting and killing of the endangered animal.
Conservationists were alerted after a photo of two men holding a dead puma appeared online accompanied with a short video showing a puma, probably the same one, being attacked by a pack of dogs.
The Federal Attorney for Environment Protection (Profepa) reported the case to the authorities in Escobedo in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon.
The RSPCA is hunting a man who appeared to drag and then hit a defenceless puppy as he walked it down the street.
The "upsetting" video was captured by a passer-by who then handed the footage in to police.
It shows a gold-coloured dog limping along the pavement while holding its rear leg in the air.
The man who is walking the dog appears to reach down and hit the puppy on the head with the handle of his lead as it cowers in terror.
The scene took place on a residential street in Kingstanding, Birmingham, on Thursday.
And an investigation has been launched after police got in touch with the animal charity.
This is the horrifying moment a puppy dressed in a jogging suit got his paw stuck in an escalator grate at LAX airport.
Upsetting CCTV footage shows the pet pooch writhing in agony as his owner desperately tries to save it from being crushed.
Luckily, a quick thinking bystander pressed the emergency stop button which prevented the dog's entire paw from being swallowed up by the machine.
WARNING: UPSETTING IMAGES. The animal tried to awaken his canine pal - which was lying dead in the middle of a road
A heartbroken dog pawed desperately at its dead friend after it discovered the animal lying dead in the middle of a road.
The pup had been hit by a car and killed almost immediately on impact.
But it didn't stop the small black dog trying to 'awaken' it's pal, pawing at it in an attempt to move it onto the pavement.
Eventually, the dead animal was moved by local police, its pal refuses to leave its side, still convinced that the dog is alive.
The touching scene was caught on camera in the Hubei province of China on February 12.
Video footage has caught the heartbreaking moment a dog is seen chasing its owner's car for miles.
It's thought that the animal had been dumped in the woods.
The dog tries its best to keep up with the vehicle but eventually has to give up as the vehicle gets further away.
The footage was recorded in Rostov-on-Don, Russia and has since gone viral in the country.
In the video, a black car can be seen travelling along a road.
Close behind it is a dog running as fast as it can to keep up with the vehicle.
A humongous wild boar dubbed 'Pigzilla' has been caught eating out bins 'just a few feet from primary school.'
Parents spotted the giant beast chowing down on some rubbish as they walked their kids to school in Hong Kong.
People have reacted in horror at the sighting as boars can be incredibly dangerous - with razor sharp teeth and a huge amount of power in their front legs.
The short clip shows the animal with three of its own little ones, who all seem to patiently wait at her trotters while she gets them a meal.
She is seen grabbing at a rubbish bag with her teeth as she balances her feet on the edge of the rubbish bin.
A video shows the horrifying moment a truck slammed into a cow at 112mph over the weekend.
Professional driver Christian Sourapas and his co-driver John Tondro were in the lead at the Parker 425 in Arizona when two cows unexpectedly crossed in front of them.
The video gives a close up look from the inside of the No. 91 Terrible Herbst Monster Energy trick truck as the drivers competed for Best in the Desert on February 3.
This is the moment a terrified leopard mauled two men while crowds attempting to drive it out of their village.
The wildcat was discovered inside a home but evaded capture and has been prowling through houses and fields for 36 hours.
Forest officials set traps, fired darts and attempted to use nets to capture the big cat, but it has escaped every time.
A neglected dog who was starved so badly it started to eat his own back LEGS has been rescued.
Desperately frail bulldog Capone had been kept in a cage full of his own urine and had chewed right through to the bone at the top of his thighs.
The poor dog had dropped from 7.5st to 1.4st after his former owner left him with a friend he trusted when he took on one of the dog's pups.
Liam Livingstone went to Capone's rescue after he got a phone call tipping him off about the state of the dog and was horrified when he found him at a home in Tranent, East Lothian on Monday.
An underwater photographer was enjoying a day out in the beautiful environment of Coral Bay, Western Australia, when he spotted a loggerhead turtle fighting back against the might of a tiger shark.In the end, the turtle was not strong enough to resist the shark, and was killed.
A VISUALLY impaired man who is terrified of dogs is to get a new sense of freedom thanks to the UK's first guide HORSE.
BBC journalist Mohammed Salim Patel is due to receive eight month old American Miniature horse Digby to help him get out and about.
The horse - which stands just two feet high - will even help the 23-year-old Blackburn man with household chores just like a traditional guide dog.
Mr Patel who has a degenerative eye disorder called Retinis Pigmentosa said: “I have a condition where I lost my vision and I have come across lots of people who have guide dogs.
“But I have a big phobia of dogs that I was not able to work out and it was good when I heard about horses being trained.
“I have always loved horses but it is good to see the benefits to people who are visually impaired.”
The tiny helper will be ready to move in with Mr Patel once he completes two years of intensive training.
Mr Patel told the Lancashire Telegraph: “He needs to get used to being out and about in Blackburn.
“I also think I will have to give myself an extra hour to try to get around my daily routine as people will all want to come and see it and touch it.”
An enraged bull used its horn to fling a pushchair into the air during a Spanish festival, in a chilling reminder of the huge beasts' brute force.
The massive animal smashed through safety barriers into the spectator area and gored the pram during a "running of the bulls" event in the streets of Iriepal in central Spain.
Luckily the pram was empty during the savage attack, but the event was cancelled following the terrifying near-miss.
One person suffered a broken arm bringing the bull back under control.
Adults and children can be seen running to get away from the rampaging bull, and climbing onto balconies to get away from the animal.
A cruel skinhead has been banned from keeping dogs for life after he used a plank of wood to batter his friend's bulldog.
Laurence Skelson, 63, used wood, a mop and a shovel to whack and intimidate adorable Boston, whom he was looking after for a friend.
A horrified neighbour filmed Skelson holding a mop and a plank of wood high above the bulldog before jabbing and hitting Boston, who was cowering on the floor in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex.
The bulldog was in Skelson's back garden against a back door when the cruel skin head began antagonising the pooch and jabbing him in the neck and face.
FROM INSIDE EDITION - A 911 call details the terrifying moments Yasmin Adam was viciously attacked by her pitbull of nine years. Adam says she was breaking up a play fight between 'Sir Wrinkles' and her two other dogs when he bit her arm, which had to be amputated. She used to call him "gentle," but now she's warning others, "Don't be tricked into thinking they aren't capable of doing something like this."
A massive python, believed to be 14 feet long is seen devouring a whole deer in this stomach-churning clip taken at a national park in Sri Lanka.
These animals would have a few selfie tricks up their sleeves, if they had any sleeves that is.
This is the amusing moment a giraffe wiped out when it was released into its new home in South Africa.
Two of the giant creatures were transported in the back of a special trailer to their new home close the South African border with Botswana on Friday.
However, when game rangers opened the trailer, the first giraffe galloped out, completely missed the ramp and face planted spectacularly into the ground.
Fortunately, the animal got up moments later unharmed.