It's a match made in bad attitude heaven!
A skunk with a beer can stuck on its head had to be rescued near a fraternity house in southwestern Ohio.
Like any elite athlete, the horses who compete at the highest level of show jumping – the grand prix – make it look easy.
First bears on the green, now cats! Pretty soon the Masters will have an animal category.
YouTube user TheEpicKid99 recently shared a video of a meower that decided to interrupt a mini golf match. But instead of joining in on the putting fun, the cat acted as a particularly tricky hazard.
Whenever the Museum of Modern Art needs more masterpieces, Jimmy Choo will be a shoe-in.
The English bull terrier is the subject of the amazing portraits on Rafael Mantesso's Instagram page, which has garnered nearly 60,000 followers to date.
The 5-year-old dog is capturing the hearts of many with his hilarious poses, including one as an angel, another as a bank robber and one with a bra covering his eyes. It's hard to believe the whimsical images – which are often accompanied by a cute cartoon drawing by Mantesso – came from something quite sad.
It's just a-maze-ing!
Over the course of 15 years, Greg Krueger has built nearly 100 yards of feline fun at the St. James, Minnesota, home he shares with his four cats – and it puts every cat tower and tree we've seen to shame.
There are tunnels, stairs, cat- and bird-shaped lookouts, comfy beds and more in Krueger's purr-fect pad, which CBS 4 Minnesota is calling a "feline amusement park."
Hide your socks! Hide your undies! The dogs are out and they are hungry.
And for her next trick, she'll raise the roof.
Don't tell these two hoo they can and can't be friends with.
Cleo the owl and Forbi the cat are buddies, as this video shows – even though cats typically order birds off the menu.
The unlikely pair, whose video has been shared more than 100,000 times on Facebook, are owned by Brazilian biologist Andre Costa, according to the U.K.'s Telegraph. They met at a young age and have been inseparable ever since.
California dreamin' just got a lot furrier.
The state's first cat café, called Catfe, is opening in Los Angeles's Chinatown neighborhood in October, according to the LA Weekly – and it sounds like the service there is going to be cat-tastic.
Besides coffee, tea and other drinks, there will plenty of felines to pet and even adopt if you're older than 18, says the magazine.
Catfe is the brainchild of Carlos Wong, who created a Kickstarter campaign earlier this year in hopes of bringing coffee and cats to the masses in the United States. According to the LA Weekly, he partnered with Chinatown BID and Best Friends Animal Society L.A. for the venture, which will also feature costumed maids and deejays.
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