Have you ever seen a chubby English bulldog in a tux? How about John Legend officiating a wedding between an English bulldog in a tux and a French bulldog in a bridal gown? No?
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The Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa, Florida, has a new clouded leopard. The as-yet-unnamed kitten is about 3 weeks old, and this is footage of him a week ago that is devastatingly cute. It will destroy you.
Amazon's got your goat. No, really. This is no April Fool's joke.
The e-commerce site recently announced the launch of a new service that will allow users to book electricians, plumbers, AND GOAT LAWN MOWERS online, reports Mashable.
Amazon Home Services offers 700 different services that can be booked online, including goats that can be dropped off to take care of your grass. If you are ready to ditch the mechanical mower, you just need to answer a few simple questions about your lawn to get an estimate on what it would cost to have the animals take over.
You have probably heard of a Purple People Eater, but how about a Purple Kibble Eater?
Judging from his Golden Globe hosting gigs, funnyman Ricky Gervais may offend people from time to time. But someone he can always count on? His cat Ollie.
The comedian, 53, who stars as an oddball retirement-home worker in Netflix’s Derek Special (out April 3), shared secrets only his cat Ollie knows in the new issue of PEOPLE.
Boo, an African Savannah cat, will continue living with his family in suburban Delaware.
The exotic pet caused a stir last year when he escaped his home and remained missing for two weeks, according to NBC 10.
While Boo was eventually found and safely returned to his owner of nine years, Richard Todd, the incident caused Todd's neighbors to worry about their safety.
Do bunnies dream of electric sheep? No! They dream of being fighter pilots, obviously.
Fuzzy Bunny has a very active imagination, so when he slips off into dreamland things get intense. In this nighttime fantasy, Fuzzy Bunny dons his scarf and goggles and joins his rabbit friends on biplanes in the sky.
Much like a filibustering senator, the geese that populate the National Mall are starting to overstay their welcome.
Washington, D.C., doesn't have anything against the birds themselves; it's what they leave behind that stinks. According to Dogster, one goose can drop three pounds of poop a day, and the U.S. capital has a lot of geese. The National Parks Service is having trouble keeping up with all this goose refuse, which is soiling D.C.'s many monuments, museums and government buildings. Additionally, the pounds of poop are damaging the reflecting pool and hurting the Mall's natural resources.
A woman who spent her life helping animals was honored by them in death.
Maria Suárez of Cuernavaca Morelos, Mexico, made a point of feeding and caring for the stray dogs she came across in her neighborhood, and it didn't go unnoticed. After Suárez passed away in March, a group of stray dogs arrived to her funeral to stand guard by her casket and mourn, reports ABC News.