The internet without cat videos is like The Beatles without John Lennon. Probably still exists, but who cares. If you’re a cat owner yourself, you can understand exactly why the internet loves cat videos.
Emotional support comes in many forms including, apparently, a peacock. A woman brought her massive emotional support peacock to the Newark airport and attempted to fly to LA with it, even going so far as to buy the bird a seat of its own. Airlines will allow emotional support animals to fly with their owners as long as they can fit comfortably in front of the passenger’s seat without obstructing the aisle.
Two bears and a 5-month old mountain lion were found with serious burns following the Thomas Fire in Southern California. Hero vet Jamie Peyton was enlisted to help develop a plan for the wild animals. She’s the Chief of the Integrative Medicine Service at UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, and came up with the idea that potentially saved the animals lives.
Small dogs have a reputation for thinking they’re tougher than they look. This little Aussie pup is no exception. A tiny, blonde pup chased after a 3.5 meter croc at Goat Island in Australia.
It was a happy ending to a terrifying story for one Pennsylvania family. An 8lb Bichon Frise was snatched out of the families backyard by a massive bird of prey. An eagle decided to turn the fluffy white pup into a snack on one frigid Tuesday in January.
Japanese photographer Ryo Yamazaki takes dressing up your pet to a whole new level. He makes hats for his cats using their own fur. Seriously.
As Albert Einsteins’ namesake, this cat knows he’s better than you. Pompous Albert is allegedly a Selkirk Rex, but we have our doubts. It’s possible that he’s actually a cartoon villain come to life.
Bettie Bee is unlike other kittens in a big way. The tiny kitty-cat was born with two faces fused together. She’s a happy accident and, against all odds, is living happily in South Africa.
A bear in Colorado broke into a parked SUV, pooped in the backseat and went for a joyride that ended with crashing into a mailbox. In Durango, Colorado Ron Cornelius woke up at 5 AM to find his family’s vehicle trashed in the front yard. During the night, a bear managed to enter the car and release the parking brake.
Pilot Rock City has had enough. The residents are tired of cowering in their homes with the blinds drawn while a horde of enraged turkeys terrorizes their community. The fowl-army rolls into Pilot Rock in numbers reaching up to 70, but in classic guerrilla warfare style, the birds splinter into smaller groups when they hit the town.