Catherine Lane

Weekdays Morning Show Co Host/Middays

This falls under the “strange but true” department.  An alligator was found “wandering’ outside a woman’s front porch steps in Louisville,  Kentucky.  Normally you do not see alligator and Kentucky in the same sentence.  So how could this happen?

Jamesetta Townsend tells a television station that she almost stepped on the little guy when she walked outside her house.  She thinks he was around 3 feet long. WLKY television reports the woman called the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife to remove the unusual (for Kentucky) reptile. Finding an alligator in Florida, the low country of South Carolina and North Carolina is not news worthy.  Finding an alligator on your front porch in Kentucky definitely is.

According to Kentucky Fish and Wildlife officials, “There are reasons why we have laws in place prohibiting the importation of exotic and inherently dangerous animals. Two reasons are potential transmission of diseases and introduction of species that can harm Kentucky’s native wildlife, people, pets or livestock. Alligators don’t make good pets, as even a smaller one can injure a person. When an alligator grows beyond a person’s capacity to care for it, oftentimes it gets released into the wild, and then it becomes a potential danger to others.”.  That statement reported by WLYK.

Wildlife officials reportedly tried to find the owner of the alligator but were unsuccessful. To learn more about this story from Louisville, Kentucky get all the details right here.

10 Times Animals Made Us Laugh On Ring Doorbell Videos

We haven’t quite made it to hump day, and if your week is dragging by here is a little pick me up. Ring doorbells can be useful for security but they also capture priceless moments on camera as well. Ring often posts doorbell videos on their Facebook page that were shared with them by customers. These include scaring away intruders, heartfelt family moments, and lots and lots of animal videos. We recently shared with you a snake encounter that was a little terrifying. These Ring doorbell bell videos won’t scare you for life, however. Instead, they might just make you laugh a little. Whether its’ dogs, bears or other unexpected visitors these videos are sure to make you crack a smile!

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    A Group Of Bears Break Into A Car

    This is why you should always lock your car doors...

    Posted by Ring on Monday, April 25, 2022
  • The Actual Source Of My Nightmares

    A Bat Surprised Carmela

    Carmela got quite the surprise while dropping off some items! 🦇

    Posted by Ring on Thursday, April 21, 2022
  • When It's Time It's Time

    Benny Was Ready For His Walk

    Benny was ready for his walk!"I work night shift so usually get home around 7:30am to take him on a walk, however I got caught up at the hospital for a tad longer and didn’t make it home until about 8am, clearly my pup wasn’t patient enough to wait those 30 minutes!"

    Posted by Ring on Friday, April 22, 2022
  • Goats Galore

    Goats On The Loose

    What would you do if you opened your door to this? 🐐

    Posted by Ring on Tuesday, April 19, 2022
  • That's A Happy Meal

    Gunner Was Hungry For Some Chicken Nuggets

    The case of the missing chicken nuggets... 🔎

    Posted by Ring on Friday, April 8, 2022
  • Give New Meaning to The Term Jungle Gym

    A Neighbor Spotted A Mountain Lion

    Drop an emoji with how you'd react if you saw this.👇

    Posted by Ring on Friday, April 1, 2022
  • Not A Toy

    This Puppy Thought Their Owners Sweater Was A Toy

    Grissom mistook Makayla's hoodie for a toy...

    Posted by Ring on Wednesday, March 30, 2022
  • Which One Of The Three Bears Is This?

    No Chicken Were Harmed

    No chickens were harmed. “The bear had broken into our chicken coop on two different occasions and killed our chickens...That is when we decided we needed a Ring camera to monitor action around the chicken coop, while keeping our family safe." said Hallie.

    Posted by Ring on Friday, March 25, 2022
  • Jurassic Park?

    These Neighbors Like To Spread Neighborhood Cheer

    What makes your neighborhood great?"Every Friday my husband and I have been dressing up in Halloween costumes to walk our dogs to the mailbox as a way to entertain our neighbors and kids on our block!"

    Posted by Ring on Friday, March 25, 2022
  • Another Day Another Bear

    A Bear Finds A Bird Feeder

    Actually it's called a bear feeder...

    Posted by Ring on Thursday, March 10, 2022


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