By now, midway through October, you've probably tasted your first pumpkin spice latte of the season (although that's more than we can say for this unhappy lion). The drink is as synonymous with the start of fall as sweaters, leaves and other things we learned from rom-coms.
But now, there's a way for you to enjoy the season with your pet.
Behold: the pugskin spice latte. Twitter user @singalittleflat crafted the ultimate (and caffeinated!) Halloween costume for her furry buddy, who dons the signature Starbucks lid as a cap and a cardboard recreation of its cup holder around its waist.
A Starbucks creation that's D.I.Y. and calorie-free? We'll take a venti.
If you've ever smiled really, really big when you walked into a movie theater and it had nothing to do with what you were there to see, then this bearcat totally gets you.
He's loving the smell of popcorn, too.
Bearcats, a.k.a. binturongs, naturally emit a scent reminiscent of buttery popcorn from their glands. And that's enough to bring a smile to Oliver Wolf's face.
The 2-month-old Staten Island Zoo resident knows no Oscar nominee or Ryan Gosling-lead rom-com can top his natural scent, which is used by the mammals to communicate.
It was a case of instant attraction when a little girl visited a zoo and came face-to-face with a baby gorilla.
In the YouTube video the blond-haired cutie can be seen aping the gorilla's moves as it walks by and slaps the large windows.
After the week Norm's had, we can't say we blame him.
The orange-and-white haired cat is content to pass the time until Saturday by closing his eyes and wishing it would be here sooner, something a few of us probably wish we were doing, too.
But while our lives have probably been filled with the usual routine, things got a little crazy for Norm this past week.
This lemur may look cute and cuddly and otherwise harmless, but you've been warned: He's been practicing his t'ai chi.
Fur's going to fly if you get on his bad side, so we recommend you don't cancel any dinner plans at the last minute or forget to pay back that money you owe him.
No word on how long this Liverpool, England, resident has been practicing the martial art – or if he's actually just dancing around.
Is that cat performing at New York's Shakespeare in the Park?
No, that would be a stretch. But what is literally a stretch is this British Shorthair jumping eight inches off the ground in desperate pursuit of a tortoiseshell butterfly in Denmark.
And lucky for 8-year-old Misha, her owner, and photographer, Kemal Selimovic was there to bear witness.
Move, er roll, over Penn Badgley: You may have the moves on your skateboard, but you're not the only one.
After training mice to surf, Australia resident Shane Willmott has now gone on to teach them to ride skateboards. If you take a peek into his Gold Coast backyard (more like skatepark!), you'll see the rad rodents tearing through air and even rings of fire on mouse-sized skateboards.
"They love it," Willmott told Today. "Mice are built to surf and skate because their center of gravity is so low.
Since its debut, Robin Thicke's summer anthem "Blurred Lines" has taken some serious heat due to its, um, hot nature. (Case in point: the uncensored music video was banned from YouTube because of its female nudity.)
But leave it to a group of dogs to really get the fur flying.
In The Pet Collective's parody, titled "Furred Lines," lyrics like "you're a good girl" gain entirely new meaning. (Watch the full video below.)
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