High school student Draven Rodriguez of Schenectady, New York, recently had a purr-fect picture day with his cat, Mr. Bigglesworth. Now, the 16-year-old is trying to get the '80s-inspired, laser-filled shot included in his yearbook's portrait page.
Zeus, the Great Dane from Michigan that held the title of world's tallest dog, has passed away at age 5.
According to owner Kevin Doorlag, the dog died of old age last week, just two months shy of his sixth birthday (Great Danes have a six- to eight-year life expectancy).
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 Hadley, a 4-month-old bulldog/collie mix who can win anyone's heart.
Talk about saving the best for last! Over the past two months, Hadley has watched each of her siblings go off to loving homes. She's the last of an unwanted litter that wound up at the Hub City Humane Society in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and she's ready to move on, too.
"She was shy when she first came in, but has come full circle and is the greatest puppy ever," says Sarah Douglas, a spokeswoman for the rescue. "She is really sweet and gets along great with other animals, kids and everyone!"
Golf fans are used to seeing Tigers on the green, but this may be the first time bears have tried their paws at putting.
How will we ever recover from all of this adorableness?
At Ground Zero in 2001, Bretagne was a specially trained 2-year-old golden retriever who had a sixth sense about who needed her most.
There's the Super Bowl. And then there's the Su-purrr Bowl.
If you don't know your Cowboys from your catnip, we're going to assume you're just as excited as we are for this year's Kitten Bowl, which airs Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015, on the Hallmark Channel (and is hosted by animal advocate and North Shore Animal League America spokesperson Beth Stern). Basically, who would you rather root for: more than 90 adorable and adoptable rescue kittens or a bunch of sweaty guys?
Blizzards will blow his mind.
When this pup got hurt, she got creative.
In a video Jason Sanders posted on YouTube, an adorable pup who broke her two front legs after jumping off a 6-ft.-tall deck figures out the easiest way to get around with two casts and an Elizabethan collar.
With just a hop and a tail wag she takes on this doorway (twice!) like it's no big deal. We think even her shadow is impressed!
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