You can't predict what a dog is going to do. So for photographer Lynn Terry, these shots were an amazing surprise – of viral proportions.
The adorable photos she snapped of two pit bulls in a photo booth have spread like wild fire on social media and are making people everywhere smile, and some tear up when they learn the pups's back stories.
Remember when your cat was just a ball of fluff that fit into the palm of your hand? Or when your puppy unwittingly did floppy somersaults because he hadn't grown into his massive feet?
Until we can figure out how to bottle up all that painfully cute youth and sniff it whenever we're having a bad day, here's the next best thing: 7 then-and-now photos of cats and dogs.
The shots of pets with their owners young and then old makes us crack the goofiest smile – and then swim in a pool of tears under our desks. Whoever decided that pets have to get old should be forced to watch Lassie reruns for the rest of their lives.
A dog helped make a terminally ill teen's biggest wish come true.
Caleb Acosta is a 15-year-old teen from Apopka, Fla., who has stage four brain cancer that has spread to his spine. He really wanted to hang ten with surf dog Ricochet, the world's most famous surfing golden retriever.
The most popular member of the Milwaukee Brewers at spring training is a rookie who comes with pedigree, an excellent clubhouse presence and good legs.
Four legs, in fact. Along with a button nose and scruffy, white fur. In fact, Hank the dog may be the early lock for camp MVP – Most Valuable Pet.
"Yeah, he's making a pretty big impact, which I've got to say is pretty cool," pitcher Yovani Gallardo said. "It's getting a lot of attention, for sure. I think he likes it, too."
Wait, there's more to life than figure skating?
Sure, the Winter Games are over, but there's plenty of action on the streets of Hollywood and beyond.
Here's what you missed this weekend if you were too busy perfecting your triple lutz:
5. Katy Perry Really Did Kiss a GirlHope her boyfriend don't mind it! Perry puckered up to Miley Cyrus during the latter's Saturday's tour stop in Los Angeles. While singing "Adore You," Cyrus slinked off the stage to lock lips with Perry, who was in the front row.
Watch how Perry reacted.
As one of approximately 30 people in the world suffering from Schwartz-Jampel syndrome, 7-year-old Owen Howkins can often feel very different from everyone else. But, Haatchi, the boy's three-legged dog, seems to know what he's going through – and that helps a lot.
"It's quite incredible, very hard to describe," says Owen's stepmother Colleen Drummond. "But it's almost like [the dog] understands. The day that Haatchi met Owen was actually incredible and it was electric. It was spiritual, as corny as that sounds."
Stars just can't get enough of the adorable stray dogs in Sochi.
Former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky is the latest American to head home with a puppy in tow. Fedotowsky, who's been covering the Olympic Games for E! News, posted an Instagram photo on Friday of herself cradling her new furry friend.
After welcoming a son on Saturday, Jenny Mollen received a hospital visit from another very special family member: her dog!
One of the actress's two poodles donned a doctor's outfit in a picture she shared on Instagram following the birth of Sid, her first child with husband Jason Biggs.
"We are incredibly grateful to all the nurses and staff at Cedars-Sinai! Everybody was top notch:) particularly fond of this resident," she wrote.
If you thought a stampede of cuddly, perfectly fluffy rabbits was intimidating, stay away from Maryvale, Ariz.
That's right: In today's edition of You Can't Make This Up, there are packs of chihuahuas roaming the Phoenix neighborhood, ruling the streets, wreaking havoc and causing chaos ... a.k.a. racing after children and going to the bathroom everywhere.
Maricopa County Animal Care and Control tells FOX 10 Phoenix that the agency has fielded thousands of calls reporting the unleashed offenders.
"Yeah a lot of them – they are out here chasing kids or going yard to yard," says local resident Ray Rios. "Anywhere in groups of eight to 12 just running around."
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