Dog may be man's best friend, but cats are becoming buddies with just about every other creature they can get their paws on.
After befriending donkeys and deer, felines have moved on to making amends with their former nemesis: the rodent.
Ah, Halloween: candy corn, jack-o'-lanterns and dogs intricately dressed to resemble pop culture moments, historical events and other animals.
Some friendships are fleeting.
That person you bonded with in the never-ending post office line, that guy you shared a knowing glance with on an overcrowded train – those friendships are there when you need them then gone tomorrow, but you're a slightly different person because of them.
One day, an adorable rescued fawn and a neighborhood kitten struck up such a friendship, and it was all captured in a YouTube video by TheLightHouseLady.
We wonder what his percentage is.
Ayleen O'Hanlon is a singer-songwriter from Victoria, Australia. George is her cat. O'Hanlon says that George "gets a little needy" from time to time, which may explain why he's "helping" her perform her tune "Loverless" by perching on her guitar, shoving his posterior in her face and batting at her guitar strings.
Everyone's favorite feathered grandnephews – Huey, Dewey and Louie – are back, and they're more precious than ever.
Make no bones about it – Carrie Underwood is going to nail this mom thing.
Winter is coming! No really, here she is.
In this case Winter isn't a ominous Game of Thrones weather forecast, but an adorable little lamb. Shannen of Victoria, Australia, recently found the tiny farm animal abandoned at only a day old.
The woman took the wooly baby back to her house to keep an eye on, and quickly bonded with the lamb. Shannen decided to name her new pet Winter. The animal must approve of her new title, because any time Shannen shouts "Winter," the cutie comes running.
As far as pooches go, he's about as close to perfect (ahem, paw-fect) as one can get.
But that's not why Jiff has landed a spot in the latest Guinness World Records book, which they're calling the most comprehensive collection of facts, feats and achievements ever compiled. (It's also Guinness World Records's 60th anniversary.)
The L.A.-based Pomeranian is actually the fastest dog on two paws, having reached 10 meters on his hind legs in 6.56 seconds and 5 meters on his front paws in 7.76 seconds. See him in action below!
When editors of the book first set eyes on the fluffy pup, they did a double take.
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