Two fishermen saved a cat's life on Tuesday.
Masslive.com reports that two unidentified rescuers spotted a feline by the Westfield River in Massachusetts with her front paws bound by a zip-tie and called animal control for help.
Billy Elliot had his dad. Kevin Bacon had the Rev. Shaw Moore. Channing Tatum had all those restricting clothes. It seems wherever there are souls aching to dance, there is someone or something trying to hold them back.
In the case of these baby goats, it's Moo the barn cat.
Cats may not like water, but some know how to outsmart it.
When he arrived at the Richardson Animal Shelter in Dallas, Texas, back in 2012, Skinny the cat was so overweight, he could only walk a few feet at a time.
The cat's extra pounds made headlines around the world, and now he's living purr-oof that change is good.
Please take a moment to turn on the Hawaii Five-0 theme song, because this is a tropical caper perfectly suited for Danno and the gang.
On Friday, a Siamese cat found in Hawaii was reunited with his family in Detroit, Michigan, reports KHON2.
Over 19 months ago, the family, who were moving from Hawaii to Michigan, lost their beloved feline, Bogie, in the process when he escaped from his kennel on a United Cargo Hold flight.
Home. Some pets never have one to call their own. We'd like to help change that by introducing you to an extraordinary adoptable pet every week. Today, meet Patrick and Woody, an inseparable pair of felines currently being cared for by the North Country Animal League in Morrisville, Vermont.
Throughout history, there have been many memorable duos, and these cuties are right there with the best of them.
"Like Batman and Robin, Peanut Butter and Jelly or Mac and Cheese, Patrick and Woody are the fearless duo here at the shelter," reads a post on the rescue's Facebook page. "Woody is a little more quiet and reserved [cat] who loves to be scratched under the chin and give you all his attention. Patrick is the crazy, outgoing one of the two."
They may be king of the jungle, but on this particular day on the Serengeti, these lions reacted to insects just like we do (insert GIF of Macaulay Culkin's "aah" face in Home Alone).
Rather than stick around for the pests to nip at them, this pride of lions – 15 of them to be exact – retreated to a sausage tree. Fortunately, their flight was captured on camera for all of us to gawk at.
Just when you thought you'd seen it all – dogs friends with pigs, lizards friends with lambs – a new animal crew comes along and shakes things up.
Well, these three aren't exactly new, but this 2014 video of a crow feeding a cat and a dog deserves a revival (thanks to TheDodo.com for bringing it to our attention).
Grumpy cat still isn't impressed, but I am thrilled to announce the cats of the Internet will be leaving the screen to appear in a New York City museum.
According to Racked, N.Y.C.'s Museum of the Moving Image will debut its exhibit "How Cats Took Over the Internet" on Aug. 7.