Fuzz Ball Animal Rescue

Xena the warrior Chihuahua is proving worthy of her name.

She gave birth to a miracle puppy after getting hit by a car and losing her leg.


Xena was hit by a car, while not only pregnant, but in labor!

Thankfully she survived her injuries and so did her puppy.

Fuzzball Animal Rescue, based out of Hermiston Oregon, took the pregnant stray in after the accident.



She was then taken to Oregon Trail Veterinary Clinic.

Xena had surgery to remove her leg and a c-section to save her puppy. The baby boy turned out to be too big to be born naturally.






Fuzzball Animal Rescue were truly angels for this little pup!

The rescue posted on their Facebook page:

"It is so wonderful to see that both are doing amazing! This is one heck of a miracle. This mama is a warrior and so is her baby, To have survived being on the streets, run over, in labor with a puppy that was too big to come out and then a c-section and leg amputation while in shock! They are little miracles!"

Fuzzball Animal Rescue named Xena upon receiving her. They named her son Atlas Marvel.


Xena had a bit of a health setback sending her back to the clinic.

The rescue organization is taking donations to help pay for the surgeries.

People who wish to donate can call Oregon Trail Animal Hospital at 541-567-1138. Donations can also be donated through PayPal at fuzzballrescue.com.

She certainly lives up to her warrior name!

We look forward to following Xena and baby Atlas Marvel's recovery.

If you've never seen the comedy classic, "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," there is a scene where Arthur, King of the Britons, encounters a black knight guarding a bridge. Arthur quickly figures out the stalwart knight will not let him pass, so the two do battle, with the king severely injuring his enemy in the process.

He cuts off all his arms and legs.

Yet the black knight persists, insisting his injuries are, "but a scratch."

Turns out this happens to people in real life, not so much with swords and knights, but with can openers and ice skates.

Keep reading... Show less

We are currently in a market that favors workers over employers – many workers feel empowered to seek out different positions and have reevaluated what they want in their careers amid the financial fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Many workers left their jobs in search of greener pastures because they were ready for a change, and others were more than happy to leave behind toxic workplaces that only burned them out.

As you can imagine, they've become rather adept at noticing red flags during the interview process and beyond.

People shared their thoughts with us after Redditor taylortaylortaylorrr asked the online community,

"What is a red flag from an employer that people might not immediately recognize as a red flag?"
Keep reading... Show less
Lorenzo Herrera/Unsplash

Computers are not everyone's strong suit. Generation z is now reaching adulthood, and they've had computers, smart phones, and iPads since birth.

For anyone in an older generation, this wasn't the case. Computers weren't even advertised for the home until the Superbowl of 1984, and even then it was priced at $2,500.

Come the turn of the 21st century, computers are a staple in the home, but the advancements in the last two decades have left some people scrambling to keep up. Things that might seem basic to some are shockingly uncommon to others.

Keep reading... Show less
James Zwadlo/Unsplash

Living close to the Everglades, weird wildlife encounters don't really seem all that "weird" anymore. South Florida is some next-level wilderness.

Keep reading... Show less