Snow is no obstacle for 90-year-old WWII veteran Claude Bratcher and his loyal sidekick, Smitty.
This cat was having a purr-fect day – you know, the kind filled with lots of catnip and tuna. Then, all of a sudden she realized she was being filmed without her consent.
On the unsuspecting day in question, the kitty, who belongs to YouTube user 1313EbutUoy, is busy grooming her fur toy near a window in her home. What she doesn't know is that her owner is capturing it for all posterity (a.k.a. the Internet).
No matter how many times you press the snooze button, your alarm clock will not love you back.
It's so cold outside across most of the country right now that even cats are sharing screen grabs of the bone-chilling temperatures on their iPhones.
The kitty in this video is well aware of the deep-freeze and it appears he isn't moving from his current position in front of this gloriously radiating space heater until spring.
When another feline walks toward the heater – much like a innocent Forrest Gump walking on the bus on the first day of school – the feline in the seated position looks at him in disgust and says, "Seat's taken." (As you can see, we speak cat, which comes in really handy at work).
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There are two things to know about capybaras. For one, these South American natives are the world's largest rodents. And for another, they know exactly how to beat the winter chill.
And we still haven't solved Monday's crossword.
Moritz is a pig who lives in Berlin, Germany. He happens to be very good at solving puzzles. Nicolle von Eberkopf, Moritz's owner, has trained him to perform a variety of tricks, and posts a ton of videos of the pig and her other pets to advocate for animals worldwide.
"Animals are an important part of our society," she writes in one her video posts.
And we're not disagreeing – can we get Moritz's help with our taxes?
You've seen videos of dogs weeping, whimpering and emotionally breaking down when their masters return home from a tour of duty. In fact, some reunions can instantly make you bawl and retreat home to watch Marley & Me on Netflix for the 17th time.
Watching cats welcome their masters home from war has a drastically different effect, though: they'll make you laugh – really, really hard.
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