Here's a cat that really digs his reflection, but it's not what you think.
This feline is so fond of the face looking at him in the mirror that he's prompted to dig like the dickens. He furiously swipes those paws on his reflection (warning: if nails on a chalkboard are your kryptonite, walk away now!) like a masseur who has unexpectedly found an overabundance of knots.
We'd be impressed if our cat tossed the litter in his litter box with half as much gusto as this tabby. Get this kitty a playmate – he's just so paw-some.
A New Hampshire woman who called police after stopping in a highway median to help some stranded ducklings plans to fight a $100 ticket.
Hallie Bibeau of Newfields tells WMUR-TV she was driving east on Route 101 on Friday when she had to slam on her brakes to avoid hitting the ducklings. She says their mother and several of the ducklings were hit by a car. The mother died.
Got a fat cat? This Kickstarter has an interesting answer to fighting pussycat pudge: hamster wheels!
It has been nine years since the synth-loving rock band sElf has released a new album, but they certainly know how to make up for lost time.
The plot thickens ... and slithers.
We're used to celebrities dropping by our offices – but when a fox and an alligator paid us a visit recently, we all went a little wild!
The visit was courtesy of Martin and Chris Kratt, the brothers who star in PBS's Wild Kratts, an animated children's series about animals who live in places like jungles and swamplands.
Just in case you're having a bout of "I can't" or "I won't" or "Why bother even trying?" we present to you this: five wheelcart dogs playing fetch alongside three able-legged dogs. Everyone is barking.
This Saint Bernard is in big trouble. Huge.
From the moment Bella the ginormous pooch set eyes on this adorable pint-sized kitten, it was love – the kind that renders you useless, tongue-tied, and prohibits muscle movement.
Sadly, this love doesn't appear to be mutual. The tabby gives Bella a sniff but is distracted by another dog, the gorgeous sunny day, and Bella's large paws (which look like they require a paw-ticure, stat!)
When the St. Bernard's canine friend steps in to tell her the disinterested kitty's not worth it, she shrugs him off. We know what the big lug is thinking: "If Belle and the Beast can make it, so can we."
Surfers in general are not a tidy group of people, but there's only one who lives in a literal pigsty: Kama the surfing pig, who has quickly become the Internet's favorite surfing quadruped.
Kama met his current owner, Kai Holt, when the latter was on vacation. The piglet was living by himself on the beach when he wandered into Holt's cabana and soon found himself adopted. Only a little while later, he fell in Holt's pool and surprised his owner with a tiny doggie paddle – or rather, piggy paddle.
Amazed by Kama's love of aquatics, Holt started taking his pet along on his surfing trips; before he knew it, the little pig was hopping on the surfboard too. In February, the story of the surfing pig attracted a number of local news outlets, which then spread Kama's story to the mainland. The Internet had a new talented animal to celebrate!
Home. Some pets never have one to call their own. We'd like to help change that by introducing you to extraordinary adoptable pets every week. Today, meet three: Darla, Gemini and Libra, a unique trio that needs to be adopted together.
Darla, a 2-year-old miniature Pinscher/Dachshund mix, came to the Humane Society Silicon Valley of Milpitas, California, with a common problem: She was terrified. Darla was previously surrendered to a crowded city shelter after living in her owner's backyard where she rarely interacted with people.
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