Home > Animal > October 11, 2015 Animal A particular dog was allowed free travel on South Australian Railways in the 1890s. Well loved by railwaymen, the dog was presented with a collar that read: ‘Stop me not, but let me jog, for I am Bob, the driver’s dog’. Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogle Related Posts An Indiana State Prison lets murderers adopt cats in their cells. There is a hornet the size of your thumb that stings you with flesh dissolving acid In 1950, a German farmer told police that some of his chickens “exploded with a loud bang The Pistol Shrimp kills its prey by closing its claw so fast it creates a sonic bubble that momentarily reaches the temperature of the sun and knocks out its prey. A 7 months old puppy named Geo pushed a 10 year old boy There’s a deep sea octopus called Dumbo octopus. Dolphins go on killing sprees when they are sexually frustrated. There’s a species of ape that is more closely related to humans than chimpanzees Winston Churchill had a cat named Jock, who sat with him through war-time cabinet meetings, and meals did not commence until Jock was at the table. Cockroaches do not like to be left alone and feel depressed when they have no friends.