Santi Cazorla's Arsenal career not over, says hopeful Arsène Wenger

  • Manager may offer midfielder new contract in the summer
  • ‘I’ve not spoken about it much but we missed him a lot’

Santi Cazorla’s Arsenal career is not yet over, with Arsène Wenger still hoping to be able to offer the midfielder a new contract when he returns from a period of rehabilitation this summer.

The Spanish international has not played for the Gunners since sustaining a serious achilles tendon injury in October 2016. A gangrenous infection sustained after repeated surgery on the tendon almost led to Cazorla having his foot amputated last year. Since then the player has been recuperating in Spain and Wenger believes he is now making good progress.

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Cat Almost Gets Euthanized After Walking 12 Miles To Family Who Rejected It!

This story will absolutely break your heart!

According to a Monday Facebook post from the SPCA of Wake County adoption center in Raleigh, North Carolina, a little orange and white cat named Toby (pictured above) was almost euthanized after being rejected by his family TWICE!

Related: Zac Efron’s Dog Was Seconds Away From Being Euthanized

Reportedly, Toby’s family no longer wanted him, so they gave the furry animal to another brood. However, the precious feline missed his OG fam and walked 12 MILES to their house.

In a heartbreaking twist, the pet owners then took the furball to an animal shelter to get him euthanized.

Fortunately, the shelter then contacted the SPCA of Wake County where they were able to find Toby a new home!

Not only does the cute pet now have a “cat-savvy mom to show him what a loving family is really like,” he has “three new siblings,” one feline and two human!

Read the touching post (below):

Yay for Toby!

[Image via SPCA of Wake County/Facebook.]

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Rampaging wage slaves and Marie Antoinette – the pick of avant-garde festival games

An edible board game and a trickster goose were among offerings at London’s Now Play This experimental games showcase

Now Play This is an exhibition of experimental game design and a regular feature of the annual London games festival. For this year’s Now Play This, at Somerset House earlier this month, exhibition director Holly Gramazio and digital curator George Buckenham spread a wide range of games – digital, physical, edible, musical – across the site’s indoor and outdoor spaces. Here are some of our favourites.

Lost Wage Rampage (Jane Friedhoff, Marlowe Dobbe, and Andy Wallace)

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