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Artist creates felted versions of people’s pets

Artist Alyson Gurney will create a miniature version of your pet, but you’ll have to be patient as her wait list is already three months. Little Felted Friends, showcased on Instagram, showcases the work of twenty-three-year-old Gurney, of Washington DC. These cute little doppelganger creations - everything from dogs, cats, bunnies, birds and even the occasional hedgehog - are tiny little sculptures created from 100% wool. Gurney creates these miniatures, which stand at three inches tall, from digital photographs; intricate detailing such as hand-painted eyes and a signature hand-felted heart, make these creations even more special. Depending on coat length, and markings, one LFF can take at least four hours to make - each special marking of your favourite family member is accounted for in great detail. Gurney, who has a background in graphic design and print making, decided to give needle-felting a go after being inspired by seeing felted mystical creatures on Instagram.

Woman, 23, pops the champagne as she moves into four-bed farmhouse she won in £2-a-ticket raffle

A 23-year-old woman has today popped the champers as she moved into a four-bed farmhouse she won in £2-a-ticket raffle. Jemma Nicklin bagged her first home for the jaw-dropping bargain price and called the four-bed Shropshire pad her "dream house". And she revealed she had spotted the competition advertised on Facebook - sold by Michael Chatha through the draw after it failed to sell on the conventional property market. Ms Nicklin, an admin assistant at community transport company Ring And Ride, found out she had won the house valued at £545,000 on Friday. The farmhouse, which also features three bathrooms and a self-contained annexe, is nearly 40 miles away from her family home in Bilston, Wolverhampton. Ms Nicklin said she does not know when she will move in to the property, adding that her family and friends have not yet come to terms with her enormous prize either.

91-year-old Alabama man works out three days a week in his denim overalls

United States: Lloyd Black from Alabama has become an internet sensation after pictures of him working out at his local gym went viral. At the grand old age of 91 Black, dressed always in his denim dungarees, attends the gym three times a week, and has been hailed an inspiration by fellow members and staff at Anytime Fitness. In a recent facebook post they wrote: „He says he is ninety-one-years young and brags about how much his workout routine has helped him in his daily routines. Seeing someone like him inspires others to keep it up and incorporate fitness into their life; seeing him in the gym three times a week working out in his overalls brightens our day and we hope to have him many more years to come!” Speaking to Good Morning America Black explained his reasons for joining the gym: „I had reached the point where simple chores, like yard work, I could no longer do and therefore I started [going to the gym] and it has really helped.” He added that his motivation stemmed from his father's influence. „He was a man who never gave up and so I hope I’ve inherited some of his traits” he explained. Lloyd also noted that his favourite workout was the treadmill but that he also incorporates upper body strength training and the leg press.

Inside the Mediterranean ghost city of Varosha where A-listers once spent their summers before it became a ruin

Eerie pictures have emerged of a Cypriot city that was once a jewel of the Mediterranean before turning into a crumbling ghost town. The sandy paradise of Varosha in Northern Cyprus was once popular with celebrities such as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton before the Turkish invasion of 1974 left it completely abandoned. Just fifty years ago, Varosha, known as Maras in Turkish, was a thriving tourist hub where the rich and famous could be seen strolling along the sandy beaches. But invasion by Turkish forces on July 20, 1974 forced out all of the town's 39,000 inhabitants. Since then, it has remained under the control of the Turkish military and fenced off with barbed wire. Signs warn people to keep out and tourists are strictly banned from taking photos across the fence. Beautiful homes and apartments have been left in ruins, with overgrown gardens and rotting vegetation. People are now forbidden to enter the fenced-off community, and former residents have been unable to return to their homes.

Luggage containing dead birds from China seized at U.S. airport

United States: Officials at a Washington Airport recently experienced their own Hitchcock style horror when they discovered multiple dead birds in a passenger’s baggage. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agriculture specialists seized the package of tiny birds at Washington Dulles International Airport. Authorities said the passenger had arrived in the U.S. from Beijing, China, and was headed to Prince George County, Maryland. „These dead birds are prohibited from importation to the United States as unprocessed birds pose a potentially significant disease threat to our nation’s poultry industries and more alarmingly to our citizens as potential vectors of avian influenza” said Casey Durst, Director of Field Operations for CBP’s Baltimore Field Office. „Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists continue to exercise extraordinary vigilance every day in their fight to protect our nation’s agricultural and economic prosperity from invasive pests and animal diseases.” During a typical day last year, CBP agriculture specialists across the nation seized 4,695 prohibited plant, meat, animal by-product, and soil, and intercepted 314 insect pests at U.S. ports of entry.