Queen of Twitter Chrissy Teigen got a hamster, named it Peanut Butter, and has promptly lost it twice. lol crap christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) March 25, 2019 Chrissy Teigen bought Peanut Butter, a brown and white hamster, for her daughter Luna. It does, however, seem like maybe Teigen actually just wanted Peanut Butter for herself.
We’ve all stumbled across dogs on Instagram who are pulling in more cash than we could hope to. So how do you make your own pet insta-famous and cash in on that sweet, sweet pet-celebrity status? 1. Find Your Niche What’s different about your furbaby?
Think about how many times a day you self-groom. Brushing your hair, washing your face and hands, filing down your nails so they don’t catch on everything. You make time to groom yourself, so why not do the same for your four-legged family member?
The Vancouver Police Department has released their annual calendar, which features only the furry heroes on their force. This tradition was started in 2004 by a Vancouver police sergeant who lost his wife to breast cancer. With proceeds of sales going to support the BC Cancer Foundation and the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, they have raised over $200,000 since.
Dan Sauvageau, a developer from Roseville, California, went to find his friends pets but ended up with a lot more than he bargained for. When Sauvageau’s friends had to evacuate Magalia, California on Sunday they were unable to get all of their animals in time. Sauvageau was able to drive the 90 miles to rescue their pets, a donkey, a mastiff puppy, three goats, and a cat.
Snow Camel took Twitter by storm. People were posting videos left, right, and centre, asking themselves where did this heroic camel come from? Chillin in the snow on the side of Route 309 in Pennsylvania, Snow Camel looked way out of place.
Today’s unlikely animal friendship features Jack and Diane, two American kids growin’ up in the heartland. Just kidding. They’re a donkey and an emu who are super in love.
Another dog is running a homeless-scam to score free food. Instead of McDonald’s burgers, this time it’s Little Caeser’s pizza. The scam is so simple it’s brilliant.
Camp Fire is the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California’s history. But, firefighters managed to save two donkeys from the flames. Firefighter Chris Harvey and Sacramento Fire Chief Gary Loesch were driving down Honey Run Road in Paradise, California, on Saturday when they stumbled across two donkeys.
Your daily dose of cute is comin’ in hot on the Blue Heron Farm’s Twitter account. The Texas-based farm has been posting 31-days of puppies in costumes from a stray litter. The farm is currently fostering a stray pooch and her litter until they’re all ready for their fur-ever home.