These girls are living the dream.
Cats will always rule the Internet, but frogs have found a loophole and they're hopping through en masse. Like the second plague of Egypt, these amphibians have been pouring onto the Web, but this time, they're causing delight instead of destruction.
One lucky frog recently made headlines after a group of dedicated firefighters saved the amphibian from croaking. The Fort Worth, Texas, crew was dispatched to a house fire on Tuesday, and, while there were no humans in danger, they did discover a frog in need of rescuing. Firefighters quickly removed the pet from the flames and into the arms of its owner, who was waiting outside. Thankfully, the frog sustained no injuries from the fire.
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Looks like someone has been stealing from the eucalyptus stash again, because this koala is fuming.
Turns out the Aussie critters get into verbal tiffs, just like the us. While on a trip to the Great Otway National Park in Victoria, Australia, a Swedish tourist named Elin Nordlander caught two koalas talking it out.
Bill Murray warned us about cats and dogs living together in Ghostbusters, but now felines have taken it a step further. Kitties are currently spending their time cavorting with donkeys.
That's right, YouTube user Johnny Bomblast recently caught an orange kitten snuggling with a beast of burden on his trip to Lamu, Kenya.
It's the dark underbelly of the cat filming industry that nobody wants to talk about.
Well, we're not afraid to bring it to the forefront here, with this video of a cat owner completely eating it whilst filming her feline.
It's time people realized that the art of capturing cats on video can be hairy – especially when you're walking backward with a camera phone in your hand, like the star of this video. As the camerawoman gets footage of her kitty kneading away on a cat scratcher, she attempts to get a better glimpse – and that's where things go wrong.
Dogs do amazing things for us in our time of need. They make us laugh when we're sad, rescue us when we're in danger, carry our groceries when we're lazy (If you missed the one dog on the planet who does that, click here.)
Charlie the dog opens and closes doors all by himself. This is a great thing if your arms are full with groceries, but it's something else entirely if you don't feel like spending your afternoon at the dog park.
First bears on the green, now cats! Pretty soon the Masters will have an animal category.
YouTube user TheEpicKid99 recently shared a video of a meower that decided to interrupt a mini golf match. But instead of joining in on the putting fun, the cat acted as a particularly tricky hazard.
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