Are you tired of your pets just being happy all the time? Sometimes, our furry friends who are just too darn tired of life. These pets have had enough of your constant demands for cuddles, feeding them on time, and playing with them. Lets look into the crankiest of cats, the grumpiest of dogs, and the surliest of small animals.
Who doesn’t love baby goats frolicking in colorful onesies? There can never be too many internet videos of tiny farm animals, or cute baby animals in general. We are obsessed with this video of newborn Nigerian Dwarf Goats who were born at Sunflower Farm Creamery in Cumberland, Maine and are romping around outside in pyjamas.
So Twitter is losing its mind this morning over a chicken. But not just any chicken, the Godzilla of chickens. It’s a chicken you’re more likely to see at Jurassic Park than at a farm.
Nest Cams have provided so many great “behind-the-scenes” videos for the pet community. It’s hard not to be a little thankful when we get so many funny dog videos to watch daily.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Funny Videos (@fun_bestvids) We all make mistakes on the job sometimes. And we all hope our boss will have a little sympathy for us when it happens. In this case, the boss isn’t taking any excuses and rips into his employee while not holding back on the profanities.
Bits, a 15-year old San Antonio resident and a tortoise, has reportedly caused $150,000 worth of damage to a neighbor’s home. Weighing in at around 120lbs, he reportedly knocked down a heat lamp in his outdoor enclosure which started a fire that spread. The incident happened midnight on January 10th, luckily leaving both Bits and the neighboring family unharmed.
After 25 years since drug kingpin Pablo Escobar was killed, his pet hippo cartel continues to thrive in Columbia. In 1981, Escobar bought four hippos from the San Diego Zoo and flew them on a military Hercules aircraft to his private zoo on his massive estate called Hacienda Napoles. He reportedly paid $2 million USD in cash, which equals to around $5.3 million in 2017.
It’s not uncommon for cats to steal presents for their loving parents. If you have a kitty of your own, you might notice the occasional Q-Tip, button, or dead mouse on your pillow, but what would you do about neighbor’s underwear. Credit: Sarah Nathan / Facebook Brigit, a real life Tonkinese cat burglar, regularly steals the neighbor’s underwear and socks for her parents.