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.
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.
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.
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.
Betsey Reyes’ dog, Princess, pretends to be a stray so she can score McDonald’s burgers. The Oklahoma woman got fed up with her ‘gold-diggin’ dog and called her out on Facebook. Apparently, Princess would sneak out at night, pretend to be a stray, and beg for burgers outside of McDonald’s.
What happens when your doggo tries to eat a spicy sky raisin? Hilarity.
America’s sweetheart, Taylor Swift, shares her name with a 1-year-old Eastern bongo living at the Sacramento Zoo. The bongo, which is a type of antelope, was able to escape her enclosure. While the whole incident only lasted 15 minutes thanks to the Sacramento Zoo staff’s quick action, it gained national attention.
Pablo Escobar may be long gone, but his hippos live on. The Colombian drug-lord was shot in 1993, leaving the government to take control of his northwestern Colombian estate. That estate included four of Escobar’s favourite hippopotamuses.
French photographer Vincent Flouret has been working on an incredible photo series called Maxdonna. The series features Flouret’s 6-year-old golden retriever-labrador mix, Max, recreating some of Madonna’s most iconic music video scenes and album covers. Flouret got inspiration for the project from his work volunteering with City Shelters in L.A.
Ever heard of @WeRateDogs? If you have, you know it’s the pinnacle of dog-rating accounts. If you haven’t, you need to follow them immediately.