Where is Scully?
Two FBI agents are needed to crack the bizarre case of Mulder the cat, who has figured out how to open doors.
Even the feline's owner believes that paranormal forces are at play here. "You scare me," says the cameraman as the cat fully turns a square doorknob and saunters through the doorway. Your eyes will surely widen even more when kitty is still able to open the door after an obstacle is placed in front of it (seriously!).
We're not professionals, but in our opinion this is an open and shut case.
What's shark for 'Say Cheese'? Andy Casagrande should know.
The filmmaker's work has been featured in 27 Shark Week specials – this year alone he took part in Air Jaws: Fin of Fury, Lair of the Mega Shark, Zombie Sharks and last but not least, Great White Matrix, which airs Aug. 16.
With all of this experience under his camera strap, we choose to believe him when he tells EW.com that sharks do smile for his camera.
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 Mallory, a 3-year-old Lab mix who has been with the Eleventh Hour Rescue of Rockaway, New Jersey, for more than one year.
Even though it's only temporary, Mallory is making the most of her loving foster home before she finds that place to spend forever. "She has playful bursts of energy and likes to play tug of war and chase after balls," says foster mom Tammi Green-Strelkoff. "When she's finished playing, she'll curl up next to you or find a cozy spot next to you and just hang out for some quiet time."
We think we know what makes Mr. Grey purr.
Fur-get lullabies. What all parents of young babies knead is a kitty like this one.
This magically calming feline helps this tired baby drift to sleep like no lullaby we've ever heard. As the baby's eyes begin to close, the cat starts kneading the child's blanket, and as if a graceful fairy were sprinkling pixie dust, sweet slumber is achieved.
When Kellie Pickler gave up her cat for her allergic husband, she knew she'd have to get her feline fix elsewhere.
The country star has partnered with Meow Mix cat food to help local, less fortunate families feed the house cats of New York.
If there's one thing you remember from today, it should be this: there is nothing cuter than a set of panda triplets.
There is also nothing more rare. Born on July 29 at Guangzhou's Chimelong Safari Park in China, these 16-day-old siblings are the world's first surviving panda triplets, according to The Guardian.
The birth of the panda babies – who are being cared for by their mother Juxiao and a round-the-clock team of zoo nannies – is extra-special since the animals have such a low reproductive rate.
When Sunny, a 1-year-old Pomeranian, ran out of his Chicago backyard and into an alley, the pup's owner tried to chase after him, but the dog scampered away too fast. She caught up just in time to see a woman escaping with Sunny under her arm.
Talk about a welcome party!
1-year-old rat terrier Kip hopes to show his new sister, a tabby kitten named Lizzie, just how happy he is to have a new playmate. But his approach is just a little too intense for the newest member of the family.
The pup shows off his moves by racing around in circles on the couch and jumping back and forth – but being careful not to hurt the tiny kitten. As for Lizzie? While at first she seems curious about her new older brother (that his owners refer to as "Dorky"), she very quickly retreats to higher ground on the couch and gives a look that seems to say, "What is the deal with this nut case?"
Lovely, sweet and kind are just some of the adjectives friends have used to describe the incomparable Robin Williams. And, if they could find the words, it's likely his furry friends would describe the late actor in much the same way.
Williams's Instagram feed is filled with adorable shots of him kicking back with many an animal friend, including his road dog Verna Pearl (above), whose unexpected passing last year left him deeply saddened.
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