‘Game of Thrones’ Direwolf Lives With Actress Who Plays Sansa Stark

Sophie turner adopted direwolf In your daily “awww,” the dog actress (is there still not a less informal word for that?) who played Lady on Game of Thrones was adopted in real life by Sophie Turner, aka the actress who plays Sansa Stark.

“Growing up I always wanted a dog, but my parents never wanted one,” Turner told The Coventry Telegraph of the gorgeous Mahlek Northern Inuit Dog she was introduced to three years ago. “We kind of fell in love with my character’s dire wolf, Lady, on set. We knew Lady died and they wanted to re-home her.”

I wish I had enough space to “re-home” all the animals I’ve mourned in film and TV, but I only mean that if Mufasa counts. And the octopus from Oldboy.

Stories I’m Too Lazy To Write About [1-11-13]

Siglinda Scarpa72-year-old North Carolina woman has 300 cats, in non-gross conditions. (New York Times)

Everyone in America has the flu (or bubonic plague, or worse). (Gizmodo)

Justin Bieber‘s former bodyguard suing for assault and unpaid overtime. (The Superficial)

If you loved The Witcher, you’ll probably also love Cyberpunk 2077. (Kotaku)

DESTINY’S CHILD will be at the Super Bowl performing their new song “Nuclear!” (Rolling Stone)

Now the bad news… Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult broke up. (Evil Beet)

James Franco spoofed “Boyfriend” with Ashley Benson and it isn’t even funny. (ohmyGAHH!)

My Cat Is Preparing Me For A Satanic Ritual

You see that red “X” on that hideous pasty highway of veins and moles? That’s my arm and a mark of the beast, put there by my closest confidant and abusive advisor, Raisin, the 18 pound wonky-eyed Siamese.

Obviously he’s put this scratch on my skin as a sort of map for the occult. A place to bury a microchip, store a Friskies treat, or insert the adamantium.

It also looks like I’ve been indulging in some form of self-mutilation.

If I ever left the house, people would see this and feel sad as they picture me sitting at home teary-eyed watching muted Ahh Bra infomercials with a tack to my flesh.