People Marrying Animals
When surveyed, one third of married women said their pet was a better listener than their spouse, and 14% would choose their pet over their spouse. So is it a surprise some people chose to cut out the middleman?
Marriage to animals is traditional in some cultures to attract good luck or repel bad luck, or as a consequence of bestiality. Here are some examples of people who married animals.
Sharon Tendler and Cindy (2006)
Sharon Tendler (41) is a British citzen who married a male dolphin in Israel.
Mr Tombe and Goat (2006)
Mr Tombe of the Sudan was discovered in an intimate situation with another mans goat. he was required to pay the goats owner a dowry, marry and take possession of the goat.
Selva Kumar and Selvi (2007)
New Dehli resident Selva Kumar (18) had suffered ill health since he killed two dogs years earlier. In order to break the curse an astrologer instructed him to marry a dog. He will look after Selvi, a former stray, for the rest of her life.
Emily Mabou and Dog (2009)
Linda and unnamed dog (2009)
I am not sure this report is real, but the photo is cute. The woman, reportedly named Linda, is said to have married her dog.
I have found the picture all over the internet,but never associated with a reliable media report. I wonder if it may have originated in a print source like a magazine?
Uwe Mitzscherlich and Cecilia (2010)
Uwe Mitzscherlich from Germany married his cat, Cecilia, after she was determined to be terminally ill.
Joseph Guiso and Honey (2010)
Australian man Joseph Guiso (20) 'platonically' married his yellow lab, Honey--as a way to mark how important his canine companion is to him.
Ngurah Alit and Cow (2010)
Ngurah Alit (18), resident of Bali, was required to marry a cow who he was found to have had sexual intercourse with. The cow was then drowned. This was done to cleanse the community of the sin of bestiality.
Girl and Dog (2011)
A young girl in India was ceremonial married to a dog in an attempt to neutralise a bad omen.
Lakhan Hansda (2011)
This man tried to shake off bad luck from having an extra teeth by marrying a dog.
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