Make no bones about it – Carrie Underwood is going to nail this mom thing.
This tiger cub is only 25 days old, but the squirmy cutie has already figured out how to work the camera.
The unnamed newborn joined in on an adorable photo shoot in Hangzhou, China, according to Pix 11. During the session the cub tried to strike some ferocious poses, but turned out looking more darling than dangerous. The rare black tiger was also joined by a dog, who allowed the wild animal to nurse from her when needed.
It's an impossible mission, but this squirrel gladly accepts it.
Channeling daredevil Tom Cruise in one of his action movies, this very nimble squirrel is cruising for a bruising as he ascends a creaky bird feeder in an attempt to steal food from it – and he gets totally busted by a GoPro camera in the process.
Back-to-school is exciting for some, and doggone depressing for others – like dogs!
Your pup's summer partner-in-crime is going back to the classroom, which means your dog will get less attention and more alone time.
Our friends at the Humane Society of Silicon Valley (HSSV) want to help your pooch fight that September sadness, so they created this adorable infographic filled with fun ideas to keep your pup occupied throughout the school year.
Cockatoos are among the most affectionate of all birds, but few of them have ever gone above and beyond in the service to their brother animals as Spike the cockatoo.
As seen in this video, Spike does a lunchtime solid for a pair of Great Danes, using his avian wits to reach into a box of Milk Bones and get some dog treats, which he then throws down on the floor for the hungry hounds.
Miraculously, the puppy who was brutally beaten on camera by the CEO of a major catering company is well on her way to recovery.
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.
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 Hazel, a 3-year-old hound mix who has made a massive transformation over the past few months.
When the pup arrived at The Simon Foundation in Bloomfield, Connecticut, she was emaciated, hairless and too weak to stand – obviously a victim of neglect. She was covered with flea dirt, had pressure sores all over her body from laying on a hard surface, and the pads of her feet were raw.
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